A five-bedroom, four-bath house that’s been on the real estate market in Indianapolis, Indiana for a heavy minute has found new life after a popular social media page got a hold of the Zillow listing.
And the reason will make you smirk.
The house, listed for $799,900, appears to be the perfect suburban property, surrounded by million-dollar homes in a cul-de-sac, the listing says. But when you glance at the photos, it’s not all peace and quiet. Especially when you look at the basement.
“Custom full-sized bar with booth seating, pool table, natural gas log fireplace, attached dance room, LED lighting, gas stove, refrigerator, granite tops and floor,” the listing on Zillow describes the basement. “Walk out sliders to pool.”
It would appear that the entertainment also includes dual stripper poles.
The rest of the house, could appear on a family-friendly TV sitcom from the ’90s, with features that include:
But all the Zillow Gone Wild fans care about is that basement, according to the comment section of the house’s listing on the Facebook page.
“This club has EVERYTHING!” one fan said. “Neon palm trees…a bison head…dueling strippers… incongruous fireplace Buddhas….”
“This house is great!” another exclaimed. “All that’s missing is the upside down pineapple on the ‘Welcome’ sign.”
“Wow,” one person said. “If mullet was a decorating style.”
“Someone said this is Jean Ralphio’s house,” another joked, regarding Ben Schwartz’s obnoxious character on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation”.
“What happens in Indiana, stays in Indiana,” one person said.
“Ok, which Colts player used to own this!?!?!” another joked.
“I love the actual order of the photos,” someone observed. “Like – normal, normal, normal, freaky secret basement strip club, normal, normal, normal…”
Some people were more disgruntled by other aspects of the home.
“I was fully on board until I came to the carpeted bathroom,” one person said.
“Am I the only one that noticed they spelled condiments wrong but didn’t see the chains in the bedroom?” another asked.
“Lol they spelled condiments wrong,” one person said.