‘Vampire’ house with ‘terrifying’ cellar causes a stir as it goes on sale

A five-bedroom home, which has been listed for £2.7 million, has gone viral online thanks to its unique interior.

The huge property in Salt Lake County, Utah, which was listed on Zillow, is described as a "premiere luxury estate" which is "truly is a cut above the rest."

However, Twitter fans can't agree on the interior, with one social media user saying it's like a "vampire mansion on The Sims".

Others on the site described as a "medieval castle crossed with a McMansion and a Vegas themed hotel".

The unusual lagoon pool has captured many people's attention.

Its pool looks like it was carved into the stone and appears to have a tree planted in at the side.

The dark stone walls almost make it feel other worldly, however a basketball hoop and jacuzzi help bring more normality.

From the outside, the gothic property looks like a mini castle, with the tall windows offering amazing views of the landscape.

The home also boasts a private cinema – which is perfect while all normal cinemas remain closed during lockdown.

Despite all the amenities, social media users were left giggling over the house's wine cellar, which bares resemblance to a cave.

The cellar even includes a tiny table with two chairs by a window, so the homeowner can enjoy a drink in the unique surroundings.

As photos of the house were shared on Twitter, one woman joked: "So this house is terrifying."

While another quipped: "Thought that first room looks like it’s straight out of a PS1 game."

A third chimed in: "The 12-year-old me trying to make a vampire mansion on The Sims."

While a fourth added: "Did they tell the architect they wanted a medieval castle crossed with a McMansion and a Vegas themed hotel?"

A fifth even 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."

The house did still have some fans though, with one exclaiming: "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."

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