This is why everyone is talking about Dr. Phil’s house

This is why everyone is talking about Dr. Phil’s house

LOS ANGELES, CA – JANUARY 06: Dr. Phil McGraw attends DailyMail's after party for 2016 People's Choice Awards at Club Nokia on January 6, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for DailyMail.com) ORG XMIT: 598498671 [Via MerlinFTP Drop] (Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez, Getty Images for DailyMail.com)

Dr. Phil’s house is for sale, but it’s not the beautiful Southern California views and loads of space that has the Internet buzzing.

The popular TV personality put his Beverly Hills home up for sale, and many people are questioning the self-help expert’s design choices.

According to a listing, the property boasts 6,170 square feet with five bedrooms and six bedrooms.

But images inside the property show some interesting design choices, including a wall of guns adorning a dining room area, another room with a pool table and strange animal figurines resembling Batman and the Joker, and what looks like vines covering a giant staircase. 

The Los Angeles Times reports Dr. Phil, whose real name is Phil McGraw, bought the house in 2007, and it’s used by his son, Jordan. The house is selling for $5.75 million.

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The property is being listed by Beverly Hills real estate firm Hilton & Hyland.

Naturally, the Internet has lots of thoughts on the home’s design choices, after a Los Angeles Times reporter tweeted images of the home.

Look at Dr. Phil’s house. (It’s for sale for $5.75 million.) pic.twitter.com/aFhR1VwqPj

I have so many questions that don’t even involve the guns pic.twitter.com/x0KdBjyea2

I would not be able to sleep in this house, because I would have nightmares that the staircase was growing wildly and coming to strangle me in the night.

Dr. Phil’s house is if The Cheesecake Factory was a military base https://t.co/qWVEeMuvz6

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