A five-bedroom home has been listed for £2.7 million – and viewers of the incredible property have been left reeling.
The house in Salt Lake County, Utah, is absolutely huge and has gone viral on social media, after they got to look inside.
It’s listed on Zillow, which describes it as a “premiere luxury estate” which is “truly is a cut above the rest.”
Meanwhile on Twitter, it was described as a “medieval castle crossed with a McMansion and a Vegas themed hotel.”
Naturally, the property has been become a topic of discussion, with people divided over the decor.
One person joked: “I too would like to live in a set from a ’90s point-and-click adventure game.”
Another joked: “12 year old me trying to make a vampire mansion on The Sims.”
A third quipped: “Rich people are not okay.”
But one fan replied: “I think you mean AWESOME. not awesome like I’d own it but awesome like I’d definitely stay there and have a murder mystery party.”
Lots of people were taken by the unusual lagoon pool – which looks like it was carved into the stone, and appears to have a tree planted in at the side.
Although its dark stone walls make it feel other worldly, the basketball hoop and jacuzzi help make it seem more normal.
From outside, it’s clear that the property is very special – as it looks like a mini castle.
Inside, it has the vibe of a Gothic mansion – and the windows offer amazing views of the landscape.
The house is absolutely huge – and photos of the house show off what an incredible property is.
There’s even a private cinema for those days you fancy curling up on the sofa and watching a film – which is extra useful while cinemas remain closed.
But people were left in stitches at the house’s wine cellar – which looks like a cave.
The unusual feature even includes a tiny table with two chairs by a window – so you can enjoy your tipple in very odd surroundings.
Photos of the property were shared on Twitter – where one woman joked: “So this house is terrifying.”
One person replied: “I hate to say this but this was pretty much what my dream house looked like as a early teen.”
Another joked: “Deadass though that first room looks like it’s straight out of a PS1 game.”
A third asked: “Did they tell the architect they wanted a medieval castle crossed with a McMansion and a Vegas themed hotel?”
One person said: “This is the kind of house that a whole other family could live in and you’d just never know, which is also my worst nightmare.”