The internet has been left truly baffled after spotting a $1.6 million price tag on a normal-looking home.
Now, people are trying to shed some light on the reason behind the hefty price...
House hunting isn't easy.
via: Getty ImagesIt can both tough and stressful to find the perfect home that manages to tick all the boxes.
There's a lot to think about...Location, size, are there any schools nearby?
But, if you're lucky enough to have a bigger budget...There are a plethora of houses out there boasting some amazing facilities that make it impossible to say no to.
And when you think of houses worth over a million...You tend to think of grand properties complete with swimming pools, tennis courts, and acres of land.
But when home hunters came across a London house on Rightmove...They were baffled, to say the least.
Now, of course, London homes can be very expensive.
via: Getty ImagesBut many felt this one was off the charts.
The South East London home comes with an eye-watering price tag...$1.6 million, to be specific.
And, after looking through the snaps on the listing...People have been left scratching their heads, unable to figure out why it's been given that price tag.
Although...Some have managed to offer an explanation.
The outside is very ordinary looking.
via: RightmoveAnd it doesn't exactly look spacious at first glance. We've watched enough Selling Sunset to know this really isn't it.
Onto the living room...
via: RightmoveSure, it's nice and all, but with that hefty price tag, that's the least you'd expect, right?
There's a home office too.
via: RightmoveThe house is described on the listing as an "elegantly presented mid-century modern 4-bedroom townhouse with many original features."
Next up is the back yard.
via: RightmoveIt's a nice space but not exactly anything special. Surely for $1.6 million, you'd at least want some kind of swimming pool, not this average garden.
The master bedroom.
via: RightmoveThis is one of 4 bedrooms in the property.
Onto the (only) bathroom...
via: RightmoveAgain, it's decent sized but this is the bare minimum you'd expect with that price tag.
Another of the bedrooms
via: Rightmove"Yeah, for that price it would have to cook the meals, wash the clothes, clean the house, generate income to pay the mortgage, detect any maintenance, design and decorate all the rooms, be off-grid, and do the MOT on a car as a bonus," wrote one commenter about the shock listing.
The dining area.
via: RightmoveAgain, it's really not special enough to justify the price .
Next up we have a view of the hallway and stairs.
via: RightmoveWe were at least expecting a spiral staircase. C'mon...
via: RightmoveOne thing is for sure, whoever buys this house had better bring their checkbook with them.
Here's a view from the back.
via: RightmoveSo, overall, it's safe to say many people were confused after looking at the listing.