Over the past few days, the listing has scorched social media.
A viral tweet about a fancy house with a basement decked out to look like a fake town sparked the curiosity of real estate gawkers. Its wild listing photos have brought some much-needed levity to a captive audience of stay-at-home scrollers intrigued by the $4.5 million mansion.
Built in 1987, the home was remodeled to include a unique amenity.
Down in the basement, you’ll see the faux main street of a small town, complete with store facades, a post office, movie theater, and cobblestone streets. The old-timey theme is reinforced by the owner’s antique cars.
Once Twitter got a gander at the photos, thanks to this eagle-eyed property browser, page views on the listing soared.
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