Social media users have been left stunned by strange rooms and bizarre items found on a 3D walkthrough tour of a large home listed for sale in Kentucky.
The $375,000 property, which was built in 1970 and is located in Louisville, boasts two kitchens, three bedrooms and four bathrooms.
The home has previously been used as a ‘church, school, day care center and home business’, according to the real estate listing, and it features separate bathrooms with urinals.
A giant shower room is also seen, which appears to be an old baptism font. The property once served as Bonaventure Boulevard Church of Christ, but the church moved out more than ten years ago.
Many boxes of pornography, DVDs and old Christmas decorations are also strewn across the home.
It is unclear whether a company is currently operating out of the home, but it certainly seems the present owner is quite the hoarder, with cardboard boxes piled high in almost every room.
In 2014, a father and son were arrested on charges of storing stolen property at the residence, but it is unknown if the goods there now are related to that matter
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Viewers have been left stunned by a real estate listing’s 3D tour of this Kentucky home. While it appears ordinary from the outside, the home’s interior is full of bizarre rooms and items
The $375,000 property, which was built in 1970 and is located in Louisville, boasts two kitchens, three bedrooms and lots of clutter
One of the home’s three very messy bedrooms is pictued. The current owner made no effort to tidy the residence before the listing photographs were taken
Pictured is one of the home’s male bathrooms, which has a urinal right beside a regular toilet
TV writer Jenny Jaffe called attention to the odd real estate listing in a tweet shared with her 31,000 followers on Monday.
‘Uh. Found this in a Facebook group; the person who posted said ‘tour in 3D, try to find the bathtub’ …enjoy(?)’ she tweeted.
More than 1,000 people responded to her post, with many saying they were having difficulty searching through the cluttered home to locate the tub.
One called moving around the 3D walkthrough tour their ‘new favorite video game’.
No effort was made to tidy the residence before the listing photographs were taken, with viewers on the 3D tour coming across unmade beds, dirty floors and crates of DVDs.
Dozens of people responding to Jaffe’s tweet said they were stunned by the tour, and remarked on the odd items they had spotted while searching for the tub.
One stated that they noticed a microwave in a living room, while another said they spotted a McDonald’s cup sitting on a sink in one of the bathrooms.
Several noticed a very fat cat as they made their way through the home on the walkthrough tour.
Side by side toilets! It’s unclear why the homes’ bathrooms feature multiple toilets and urinals right beside one another with no doors for privacy
One Twitter user noticed an old McDonald’s cup on one of the bathroom sinks. The cardboard cup currently serves as a hairspray holder
A sign on one of the bedroom doors reads: ‘Welcome to the man cave’
Down in the basement, hundreds of heavy boxes lines shelves that stand from floor to ceiling
It appears as if the present owner is quite the hoarder, with piles of cardboard boxes piled high in almost every room
‘I looked until I got too motion sick to continue and never did find the bathtub. Managed to miss the kitty too,’ one Twitter user wrote.
‘Fashion dolls. Every DVD in the world. Christmas decor. Grill wipes. A vacuum cleaner that has definitely never been used, cardboard tubes. Simpsons merchandize. A huge map of England next to a worryingly filthy light switch. I wasted my whole morning in this horrible wonderland,’ another chimed in.
Jaffe’s post inspired hundreds of humorous responses from Twitter users
The property was raided in 2014 following a four-year investigation by police, according to reports at the time by WLKY news.
At the time, police claimed there were enough stolen goods inside the home to fill several trucks.
Troy Curtis and his son Trevor Curtis pleaded not guilty in December 2014 to engaging in organized crime syndication and receiving stolen property, according to WAVE3 News.
It’s unclear whether the items currently seen in the 3D walkthrough are connected to that case in any way.
The home has been sitting on the market for two months.
However, it’s possible that new interest in the listing could see the property snapped up in no time.
Boxes of Girls Gone Wild DVDS are seen in a hallway close to the bathroom
Pictured: The blue bathtub viewers had been searching for on the 3D walkthrough tour of the home