Shades of grey have made a Baltimore house listing a something of a stand out with more 620,000 views since the $225,000 home was listed on the market on Sunday.
The one bedroom, one bathroom property in the suburb of Brooklyn Park looks very ordinary from the outside but upon entering, any potential buyer might be forgiven for thinking they’ve walked into a black and white Goth-themed photograph.
Virtually everywhere a prospective owner turns they will witness the interior decked out in black, white and everything in between, together with a collection of crucifix’s.
The one bedroom, one bathroom home is for sale for $225,000 and has been viewed 620,000 times. It looks ordinary at first
Home comes complete with Gothic crucifix’s in a black, white and grey color scheme that runs throughout
The black and white decor even runs to the choice of football team supported by the owner with framed black and white shirts from the Oakland Raiders adorning the walls
The living room might be called the dead room with a life size coffin in one corner and flowers sitting in miniature versions. A sculpture of a monk appears to be breaking through the wall while a picture of the twins from The Shining are enough to give you nightmares
Even the helmets of the Raiders match the black, white and grey color scheme of the home. A picture of a guillotine makes for an unsettling picture on the wall
The living room features comfy black leather couches and armchairs but who could ignore the black coffin in the corner together with a cross where a television might normally be situated?
Some creepy pictures adorn the walls including a framed black and white photo of a guillotine, a sculpture of a demonic monk appears to be breaking through the plaster, another picture of a scene from the horror movie The Ring, while the twins from the 1980 psychological horror film, The Shining, look on.
The color scheme even runs to the current owners’ support of his football team with several black and white signed jerseys of the west coast Oakland Raiders framed on the walls.
The shirts of quarterback Ken “Snake” Stabler, safety Jack Tatum, receiver Tim Brown and center Jim Otto are arranged in the shape of a cross on the kitchen wall.
When it comes to furnishings, soft black carpet runs throughout the home apart from in the hallway and kitchen where grey patterned tiles take precedent.
The kitchen has been fully decked out in black and white including a black stove, oven and microwave
The kitchen decor seems almost normal by comparison to the rest of the home although two pictures of skulls fall into live with the rest of the house theme
Prospective owners might be forgiven for thinking they’ve walked into a black and white photograph
ONe corner of the living room sees flowers sitting on coffin shaped shelves while the twins from The Shining look on
Also in the in kitchen, both the stove and microwave are clad in black with a couple of spooky skeleton prints on the wall just to remind you whose house you’re in.
In other parts of the home, vases of black flowers sit on miniature coffin shelves, while glimpses of an outdoor ‘graveyard’ can be seen through a side window.
Upstairs, a landing area sees a cobwebbed metal bannister line the staircase to the first floor.
Mirrors sit on the walls while a bright red cushion stands out in a welcome splash of color on a painted black wooden church pew.
The new owner needs to love their reflection but will definitely find comfort in the fact there’s no chance whatsoever of any vampires entering the bedroom with a five-mirrored ceiling that stretches up and over the bed, complete with crucifix’s.
Crosses can be seen in various places including the bedroom which has seven mirrors a including overhead
Cobwebs are plastered on doors, ceilings and a metal bannister while a red cushion makes a splash of color
Downstairs leads to a dungeon with a lot of empty space and a couple of chairs for watching the widescreen television
The blackened basement had just a couple of comfy leather chairs for which to enjoy the flatscreen television
Downstairs a basement level room appears dungeon-like with the black furnishings lining the place.
Two more comfy leather chairs are perfectly placed in front of a widescreen TV.
Outside, the theme continues with a presumably mock cemetery complete with wrought iron gates, tombstones and crosses.
The garage is termed ‘the crypt’ while an outhouse is adorned with an enormous ominous skeleton mural.
More cobwebs can be seen on the ceiling of an outdoor bar area and across the black door to the shed, but don’t try and clean them away, it’s all part of the inspired design of this unique home.
Outside, a cemetery has been created and comes complete with cemetery gates and tombstones
The garage has been termed a ‘crypt’ but it looks to be a holy retreat as cross fights off any evil spirits
A giant cobweb adorns the ceiling while the freezer has been nicknamed ‘cemetery gates’ next to a full stocked wet bar
A spooky skull mural has been painted onto one side of this outdoor garage while a cobweb adorns a side door