It’s time for another installment of Real Actual Listing Photos. Once a month (or so) I round up some of the most bizarre listing photos from around the Seattle area and post them here, with brief excerpts from the real actual listing description, and probably a bit of snarky commentary.
The idea for this series stems from the ongoing forum thread Detrimental Listing Photos, which is where you should post your nominations for next month’s Real Actual Listing Photos post.
No particular theme this month, other than the usual theme of bizarre and disturbing listing photos.
Enough explanation. Let’s get to the photos! Click the photo to view the Real Actual Listing.
“Possible commercial rezone of this highly visible Rambler.”
In case you aren’t convinced how visible this rambler is, all eight photos are of the exterior. …and never mind the prominent prescient sign right in front of the house in the primary photo.
“The home has some very nice quality features throughout.”
The listing doesn’t say whether or not the cat in bathroom sink is included.
“Cir dr leads to your own pri Eden. … Kit w/ garden win…”
Best viewed full size. I’m having a pretty hard time deciphering the listing description, so I’m not sure which part refers to the super-skilled MS Paint job done on the walls and refrigerator in this kitchen.
“Upgrades: new roof & windows, hardwoods, kitch appliances, watering system, & sep entrance for office/large guest rm/den.”
The listing conveniently excludes mention of the micro fault line that apparently lies directly beneath the house.
“Elegant entertaining home soaring ceilings, walls of windows. Serene sitting.”
Who wouldn’t think “serene” when relaxing in a living room adorned with such tasteful, subdued art?
“Story book home with spacious day rooms on large serene lot. . This home has a multitude of windows that bring the outside in…”
I’m not sure it’s just the windows that are attempting to “bring the outside in” to this “story book home.”
Let me know if you have an idea for the next “Real Actual Listing Photos” theme.