Creepy $1 Million Dallas Home Has Huge Concrete Rooms and Fake Windows

A $1 million “country house” in Dallas with no bedrooms has sparked social media concerns about the gigantic, windowless cinder-block rooms lit with bright fluorescent light.

Listed on Zillow in May, the property at 13229 Southview Lane has windowless rooms, cement block walls and harsh lighting that is more suited to a prison than a southern suburban home.

Built in 2000, the no-bedroom property features a warehouse space with metal shelving and a large utility room.

The exterior is dotted with large glass windows, although none are visible in photos of the home’s interior, suggesting they are just for show.

A suburban house in Dallas, Texas has gone viral on social media, due to its creepy interior that resembles a safe house — priced at just under $1 million.

A suburban house in Dallas, Texas has gone viral on social media, due to its creepy interior that resembles a safe house — priced at just under $1 million.

The house at 13229 Southview Lane was listed by Zillow in May and has rooms without windows, cement block walls and harsh lighting that is more suited to a prison than a house in a southern suburb.

The house at 13229 Southview Lane was listed by Zillow in May and has rooms without windows, cement block walls and harsh lighting that is more suited to a prison than a house in a southern suburb.

The house at 13229 Southview Lane was listed by Zillow in May and has rooms without windows, cement block walls and harsh lighting that is more suited to a prison than a house in a southern suburb.

At the entrance is a glass security window, which is often found in police stations and detention centers

At the entrance is a glass security window, which is often found in police stations and detention centers

At the entrance is a glass security window, which is often found in police stations and detention centers

Hard white lighting can be seen in every room at 13229 Southview Lane.  Despite the exterior of the property being dotted with windows, none are visibly visible inside

Hard white lighting can be seen in every room at 13229 Southview Lane.  Despite the exterior of the property being dotted with windows, none are visibly visible inside

Hard white lighting can be seen in every room at 13229 Southview Lane. Despite the exterior of the property being dotted with windows, none are visibly visible inside

Built in 2000, the no-bedroom property features a warehouse space with metal shelving and a large utility room.

Built in 2000, the no-bedroom property features a warehouse space with metal shelving and a large utility room.

Built in 2000, the no-bedroom property features a warehouse space with metal shelving and a large utility room.

As if the house wasn’t weird enough, there is a glass security window, often found in police stations and detention centers, in the entrance, while muted gray carpet adorns almost every room.

The property is also connected to two electricity grids and features a natural gas generator powered by two diesel tanks in the event of a natural gas outage.

According to the list, the single-family home is unlike any other, marketed as the “perfect repository for large wine collections, art collections, multiple cars, and as the ultimate safe house.”

Muted gray carpeting can be found in most rooms of the property at 13229 Southview Lane

Muted gray carpeting can be found in most rooms of the property at 13229 Southview Lane

Muted gray carpeting can be found in most rooms of the property at 13229 Southview Lane

The property is also connected to two electricity grids and features a natural gas generator powered by two diesel tanks in the event of a natural gas outage.

The property is also connected to two electricity grids and features a natural gas generator powered by two diesel tanks in the event of a natural gas outage.

The property is also connected to two electricity grids and features a natural gas generator powered by two diesel tanks in the event of a natural gas outage.

Shown in this photo appears to be a dumpster at the property at 13229 Southview Lane

Shown in this photo appears to be a dumpster at the property at 13229 Southview Lane

Shown in this photo appears to be a dumpster at the property at 13229 Southview Lane

The backyard at 13229 Southview Lane feels less creepy than the interior

The backyard at 13229 Southview Lane feels less creepy than the interior

The backyard at 13229 Southview Lane feels less creepy than the interior

Standing on the corner of a tree-lined street, the building is the largest property in a neighborhood made up mostly of small ranch-style homes.

It wasn’t long before people took to social media, with many comments about the absurdity of the house.

“Tell me you’re breaking the law, without telling me you’re breaking the law,” said one person on Instagram.

“That’s where they took Jason Bourne during his flashbacks,” wrote another.

A user who lives near the home claimed it was actually an electricity station built by a local power company to blend in with the environment.

‘I live near that house. It belonged to our electric company, now called Oncor.’ They wrote.

This Instagram user claimed to have an explanation for what the 'house' actually is - a power station designed to blend in with its surroundings

This Instagram user claimed to have an explanation for what the 'house' actually is - a power station designed to blend in with its surroundings

This Instagram user claimed to have an explanation for what the ‘house’ actually is – a power station designed to blend in with its surroundings

“They built some of them and designed them to look like regular houses, but they still stuck out like a sore thumb because they were three times the size of the other houses in the area. If you’re from Dallas, this house is on Coit Road between Spring Valley and LBJ Freeway,” the Instagram user added.

One user replied, ‘I think there were zoning laws that prohibit them from building a utility management center, so they had to make it look like a residential house. They failed. There are actually two of these buildings side by side on Coit. They are so striking and ugly!’

It is unclear whether the house was specifically designed for residential purposes. DailyMail.com has contacted Oncor and broker Compass for more information.

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