House hunters put off by creepy feature in normal £180k semi-detached… can YOU spot it? | The Sun

House hunters put off by creepy feature in normal £180k semi-detached… can YOU spot it? | The Sun

HOUSE hunters have been put off by a creepy feature in a normal looking semi-detached house – can you spot it?

The three-bed home in Clifton, Nottingham, was recently put on the market for £180,000.

But prospective buyers were shocked to spot something on Rightmove's online listing – and the spooky feature may well have scared a few off.

A blood-drenched sign that appeared to warn people to KEEP OUT was accidentally left in the property's promotional snaps.

Eagle-eyed viewers spotted the eerie partial warning in a reflection in the living room mirror.

Meanwhile, a grim reaper appears to stalk the property as a ghoulish figure can be seen lurking outside the window.

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Commenters pointed out the residents seem to have forgotten to take down Halloween decorations before having photos taken.

Estate agents Bairstow Eves said that the owner wasn't very happy about the current residents' choice of horror-themed trimmings as he thinks it could "affect his property's marketing".

The estate agents claimed they would have to change the image, however it has remained online since.

The ad described the home as a "super investment" and boasts an entrance hall, lounge, fitted kitchen, utility room, three bedrooms, shower room, separate toilet, off-road parking, enclosed rear gardens as well as double glazing and gas central heating.

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House hunters questioned whether the eerie wall was a Halloween decoration or if the house owner just had odd taste.

One joked: "Is there anything I might want to do with the house before taking pictures? Can’t think of anything."

Another wrote: "Do you think that is part of the Halloween theme, or the seller is just a little bit 'odd'?"

While a third added: "Is the grim spectre of death waiting for the new owner?"

Other viewer said it was perfectly fine to leave Halloween decorations up long after October.

They said: "Seller is probably me. Still have Halloween window stickers up from last year as well as our 'Santa stop here' window sign."

Another wrote: "It took three years before I agreed to take down the Halloween bat garland."

It comes as those who are brave enough can stay inside the "world's most haunted house" if they dare.

Meanwhile, a bargain two-bed house for sale had a spooky surprise for any potential buyers.

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