Househunters admit they were put off by this ad – but can YOU see what’s wrong with it?

Househunters admit they were put off by this ad – but can YOU see what’s wrong with it?

  • Home seekers admit they were put off by a Rightmove ad
  • They spotted a blood-soaked sign that appeared to warn potential buyers
  • The sign read “KEEP OUT,” while the spooky images also feature a grim reaper

Househunters have revealed how a Rightmove advert dissuaded them from buying when they spotted a blood-soaked sign that appeared to be warning potential buyers to stay away.

The three-bed house in Clifton, Nottingham, caught the attention of social media users when a reflection in the living room mirror showed the first half of a bright red, blood-stained sign.

Meanwhile, a Grim Reaper appears to haunt the property while an eerie figure lurks outside the window.

The mid-terrace home, which is listed on Rightmove by Bairstow Eves, is soliciting offers in excess of £180,000, but people pointed out that residents appear to have forgotten to take off Halloween decorations before having the photos taken.

Home seekers admit they were put off by a Rightmove ad when they spotted a blood-soaked sign that appeared to warn potential buyers to'stay outside'.

Home seekers admit they were put off by a Rightmove ad when they spotted a blood-soaked sign that appeared to warn potential buyers to ‘stay outside’.

Estate agent Bairstow Eves said the owner wasn’t very happy with the choice of horror-themed trim for the current residents as it could “impact the marketing of his property”.

The image features a gold mirror above a fireplace showing the reflection of a bloody wall with a message below that reads “KEEP OUT,” as well as what appears to be a statue of the Grim Reaper looking through the garden window.

The real estate agents claimed they had to change the image, but it has since stayed online.

The ad described the house as a “super investment” and comprises an entrance hall, lounge, fitted kitchen, utility room, three bedrooms, shower room, separate toilet, off road parking, enclosed rear garden, double glazing and gas central heating Heating.

The three-bed house in Clifton, Nottingham, caught the attention of social media users when a reflection in the living room mirror showed the first half of a bright red, blood-stained sign. Meanwhile, a Grim Reaper appears to haunt the property while an eerie figure lurks outside the window

The three-bed house in Clifton, Nottingham, caught the attention of social media users when a reflection in the living room mirror showed the first half of a bright red, blood-stained sign. Meanwhile, a Grim Reaper appears to haunt the property while an eerie figure lurks outside the window

The ad described the house as a

The ad described the house as a “super investment” and comprises an entrance hall, lounge, fitted kitchen, utility room, three bedrooms, shower room, separate toilet, off road parking, enclosed rear garden, double glazing and gas central heating heating

The real estate agents claimed they had to change the image, but it has since remained online (pictured: the outside of the house).

The real estate agents claimed they had to change the image, but it has since remained online (pictured: the outside of the house).

Home seekers questioned if the spooky wall was a Halloween decoration or if the homeowner just had odd tastes.

One joked: “Is there anything I’d like to do with the house before I take pictures? I can’t think of anything.”

Another wrote: “Do you think that’s part of the Halloween theme or is the seller just a little weird?”

A third added: “Is the grim specter of death awaiting the new owner?”

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Home seekers questioned if the spooky wall was a Halloween decoration or if the homeowner just had odd tastes

Home seekers questioned if the spooky wall was a Halloween decoration or if the homeowner just had odd tastes

One commenter said it’s perfectly fine to leave Halloween decorations open long after October.

They said: “I’m probably the seller. We still have last year’s Halloween window decals and our ‘Santa stop here’ window sign.’

Another wrote: “It took me three years to agree to take down the Halloween bat garland.”

One said, “I can only hope they came for Halloween to take the photos for this.”

One said: “It’s almost worse that things aren’t obvious at first glance…”

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Bradford Betz

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