‘Lotto winner dream castle’ with major toilet flaw that’s putting off buyers

A castle-style home up for sale in Harford, Wisconson has been described as the dream home of "someone who won a midsize jackpot in the Lotto" – but there's one thing putting off potential buyers.

From the outside, the property looks "dreamish" as been built to resemble a stone fortress and has a beautifully kept front lawn and two garages.

Inside, the walls are either open brick or painted white, with archways in every room and hunting decor mounted onto the walls of a huge living room.

Posting about the home on Instagram, which has hit the market for £322k on Friday, April 15, Zillow Gone Wild said: "For #zgwcastlefridays here’s a 3,500 square foot castle in Harford, WI for $420k. 4 bd, 4 ba. .58 acres."

The property features four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 58 acres of land but all of that appears to be overshadowed by one flaw.

One of the toilets is photographed in the centre of a huge room where a random wall has been placed – and Instagrammers have rightly pointed out that it seems a bit odd.

One user said: "Where is the toilet paper dispenser in the bathroom?!?!"

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Another wrote: "Floating toilet feature."

A third added: "This screams someone who won a midsize jackpot in the lotto and build their dreamish house."

A fourth wrote: "Someone could sneak up on you on either side of that toilet and it’s unlocked a new fear."

Some users were left fascinated by the couch, as they described it as being one that "everyone's gran had in the 1980s."

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Others complained about the clash of the modern and period styles inside.

One user said: "That couch pattern looks like my grandma's couch. Bless the Midwest."

Another added: "I’m impressed! Every single thing about this house is terrible.

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"And yet I’m stuck on the first pic and the disconnect/dissonance between a perfectly ordinary garage and the house facade. WHY?!??"

A third said: "Can we please talk about the fact that they have THE 80s/90s couch in there that EVERYONE had. Omg. Chefs kiss."

The news comes after one property on the market has recently caught the attention of true crime fans because it has a bizarre clause for any potential new owner.

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"CASH OFFERS ONLY AND NO ACCESS to see lower level and home sold AS IS ONLY with acknowledgement that home will convey with a person living in lower level with no lease in place," the listing reads.

The five-bedroom property located in a cul-de-sac in Fairfax, Virginia also features four bathrooms, large living areas and a garden for just $800,000 (around £615,000).

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The home appears to have all the makings of a traditional American family home and is painted in white and blue with large pillars on the front porch.

But Instagram fans of the real estate agent just can't look past the odd purchase request as they believe the supposed squatter in the basement is a serial killer.

The odd listing received over 29,000 likes on social media, including one from Murder, Mystery and Makeup YouTuber Bailey Sarian.

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