A 3-bedroom, four-bathroom lakefront home is gathering some consideration thanks to some additional (enjoyable) tenants, photographs of the property present.
The residence, which is on the Gallatin, Tennessee, actual property marketplace for $2 million, seems to have some life-size carousel animals scattered across the 5,581-square-foot home.
And the itemizing on Zillow.com fails to say the painted visitors.
“Stunning lakefront home with over 400 feet of waterfront property and two slip dock with lift,” the itemizing describes. “Extra room in basement used as fourth bedroom. Well built Ernst Botsko custom home has two patios and two decks off of back with spectacular lake views.”
Spacious and enjoyable, the home comes with different options, together with:
Fans of Zillow Gone Wild, a preferred social media actual property web page, have been amused by the distinctive property.
“Thank you ZGW for showing us other people’s fixations and confirming we’re all a little weird,” one individual joked.
“I’m not sure why, but I feel like carousel animals moving into a house like this should be a scene from a Zillow Super Bowl commercial,” one other individual stated.
“This is an example of ‘WAY too much of a good thing’ — it’s tantamount to drowning your meal in piles of salt,” somebody commented. “One carousel animal as a conversation piece in the study — excellent. One in every corner? NIGHTMARE.”
“Look. I’m not sayin that’s creepy… but I’m absolutely NOT not saying it,” one individual stated.
“What an odd choice for decor,” one other identified. “And those things aren’t cheap.”
“Deconstructed carousel? Fabulous. I’d put hardwood floors and white ceiling in the basement,” somebody commented.
“That’s commitment to a theme!” one individual stated. “Not that I don’t think they are lovely because they are but I couldn’t have one in every room- no discipline; I would lay my clothes on each and every one of them…”
“I don’t have a single problem with this house at all,” one other commented. “It’s a beautiful home, and clearly the owner is a collector.”
Gallatin is about 30 miles northeast of Nashville.
This story was initially printed August 24, 2022 8:00 AM.