We’ve covered “Zillow Gone Wild” before. But since then, it’s only gotten wilder. Real estate agents have listed houses that no one in their right mind would build. Architects, however, took a rich person’s money and made their dreams come true. The dream, that is, of never being able to sell their house because no one’s in the market for a 30,000 sq ft house with a home theater and a pool shaped like the Cookie Monster, or whatever. Nevertheless, these houses are real.
Some real estate agents know they have a dud, and decide, on behalf of their clients to spruce up the pictures. That’s when the house-turned-meme can really shine. Throw an oversized dog in there or a man dressed as a yeti. Do something so I forget that I’m looking for a house in suburbia. Make me believe I’ll still be cool even when I buy a boring house! I want to feel alive!
Anyway, I’d live in any one of the following houses just to say I found it on this hilarious Instagram.
Here are the real estate listings that went a little overboard, courtesy of Zillow Gone Wild:
1. Only $8,500,000. 6 Bd, 11 Ba. 10,500 Sf. 5.11 Acres. Must love violins.
2. A little bit of everything. Never leave the castle- house again. $11,500,000.
3. Add more logos so it feels like I work at their office. $1,100,000.
4. Never would have guessed that’s the interior.
5. Seance, anyone? $574,999
6. Live in a tiny pyramid like a dead king for only $130,000.
7. Only $95,000 for every man’s dream home: a house designed with hats and beer cans.
8. Does it come with the couple? $392,000 for a 2-bedroom though? I’m happy to split it.
9. A house haunted by deer ghosts. $1,395,000.
10. A moat. Live like you’re on your very own island. Only $12.8 Million.
11. Is this The Good Place or The Bad Place? Either way, $5,950,000.
12. A little much, unless you’re filming a network TV reality show. $6,450,000.
13. $1,995,995 and the house better be known as “Graceland” no matter where it’s located.