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Inside amazing goth house with coffins, crosses, and a cemetery and crypt in the back garden


Could this be your dream home? (Picture: Realtor.com)

You’re either going to be utterly obsessed with this house, or terrified by it.

It’s got a very specific decor theme, evoking ideas of death, goths, and vampires.

From the outside, the front of the one-bedroom home in Baltimore looks pretty normal.

But go inside or around the back and you’ll start to notice some strangeness.

Let’s start with the living room, which has a colour palette of: black.

It’s decked out with coffins, black leather furniture, a sculpture of the grim reaper, and photos of guillotines, funeral carriages, and creepy twins.

Oh, and plenty of black Las Vegas Raiders jerseys on the walls. Because who says goths can’t love sport, too?

Welcome to the living room, where the interiors theme is immediately apparent (Picture: Realtor.com)
Hint: the colour scheme is black (Picture: Realtor.com)
You’ll spot plenty of coffin shapes (Picture: Realtor.com)

Next up, the kitchen, which has cabinets and a fridge painted – you guessed it – black.

The dining room has even more Raiders jerseys, plus some football helmets.

Head upstairs (past a large black chandelier) the bedroom, and that’s where the fun really starts.

And a lot of sports jerseys (Picture: Realtor.com)

Above a black double bed is a TV suspended from the ceiling and an archway of mirrors, so you can see yourself… sleeping.

Two shiny crosses flank either side of the bed.

Head upstairs and you’ll be in the bedroom (Picture: Realtor.com)
A mirrored ceiling so you can see yourself… sleep (Picture: Realtor.com)

Then there’s the basement, painted all black and with two black leather recliners posed in front of a flat screen TV.

Outside, the death theme continues with a cemetery area – complete with fake graves – and a crypt (a shed).

There’s also an outdoor bar – all black, of course.

On the basement level is a separate recreation room (Picture: Realtor.com)

The home’s design is the work of its current owner, Billy, who told the Baltimore Sun that the property, which was left to him by his mother, is ‘basically [his] twisted imagination coming to life’.

But that home is now ready to go to a new owner, as it’s up for sale for $225,000 (£163,585).

The listing describes the property of ‘one of a kind’, and we’re inclined to agree.

It doesn’t really address all the death motifs, though, instead bigging up the storage space.

Outdoors is a pretend cemetery, complete with fake gravestones, and a crypt (the shed) (Picture: Realtor.com)
There’s an outdoor bar, too (Picture: Realtor.com)

‘Seller has made many improvements,’ says the listing. ‘There is a double wide driveway in front.

‘From the alley in the rear you can enter the 12×37 detached garage.

‘There are doors on both ends of the garage. Enjoy summer bonfires in your own fire pit. High privacy fence and eight security cameras will keep things private and secure.

‘A covered 14 foot stone wet bar with granite pillars that includes a double built in cooler is like going on vacation in your back yard.

‘Walk in the front door to ceramic tile and recessed lighting in the kitchen and dining area.

‘Enjoy cooking in your updated kitchen with a five burner gas range, a double sink and Corian countertops. The front loading washer/dryer is hidden in the pantry.

‘A full bath and carpeted living and dining rooms make this level complete.

‘Downstairs is a huge open recreation room open for your imagination. The lower level includes four windows and an outside entrance.

‘There is easy access to service the gas boiler, water heater and sump pump. On the upper level there is a huge loft style bedroom. Besides the closet there are five storage closets.

‘Make this dream your home!’

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