Do you like stairs? Do you like climbing stairs that serve no practical function, except maybe for posing on social media or recreational in-home stairclimbing?
We have the house for you.
I mean, you’re gonna have to move to North Dakota, but dude, stairs. Stairs for climbing.
I should start all of this, however, by explaining that there’s a lot of unexplained things about this house. But first and foremost, is this staircase to nowhere.
Yes, yes, I know. The carpet. We’ll get to that. But right now, focus. We’re talking about that staircase and the platform it takes you to.
A few more views:
Yes. That’s a staircase that leads to … nowhere. To give you an indication of how useless this staircase is, there is this additional photo where apparently the previous owner *squints* affixed a basketball hoop to it?
Now, if you maybe get rid of the superfluous staircase and gut the kitchen and the bathroom and rip out the purple, blue, and green carpeting, this house could be a good starter — maybe even great, if you turned it into a three-bedroom and turned one of the fourth bedrooms into another bathroom.
And it could be the photography, or it could be the house, but it just seems really disjointed, as if the builder created this house with a cool shape on the outside, but then couldn’t quite figure out what to do with the slopes and room creation once they turned their attention to the inside, other than build stairs that have you climbing to nowhere.
The pros: The house is more than 2,700 square feet of living space with four bedrooms and plenty of stairs, and it’s $209,000.
The cons: The house has one bathroom and a Wednesday WTF-inspired layout.