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En-suite family home with FOUR toilets (and no dividing walls) comes to market in Milwaukee

In a Wisconsin home, the family that poops together stays together.

The house that has come on the market in South Milwaukee for an asking price of $450,000, it has six bedrooms, two full baths, a half bath, and a very, very unique bathroom with not one but four toilets.

The toilets aren’t even separated by stalls, but are side by side, just inches apart, offering not even an ounce of privacy to whoever may use them.

Cause a dresser tie!  A Wisconsin home marketed for $450,000 includes a bathroom with four toilets, placed side by side

Cause a dresser tie! A Wisconsin home marketed for $450,000 includes a bathroom with four toilets, placed side by side

Four's company?  There are no partitions between the four toilets, which were installed after the house was donated to the Girl Scouts between 1920 and 1930.

Four's company?  There are no partitions between the four toilets, which were installed after the house was donated to the Girl Scouts between 1920 and 1930.

Four’s company? There are no partitions between the four toilets, which were installed after the house was donated to the Girl Scouts between 1920 and 1930.

Watch out!  The toilets are located opposite four sinks in the main bathroom

Watch out!  The toilets are located opposite four sinks in the main bathroom

Watch out! The toilets are located opposite four sinks in the main bathroom

Pictures show the rather large bathroom decorated with plants, white curtains and a gallery wall of artwork.

But even the most skilled interior designer could not divert attention from the fact that the room has four separate toilets in a row.

The toilets are so close together that a family of four can use them all at once while holding hands.

The room also has four sinks on the opposite wall, illustrating that while privacy may not have been a priority for the designer, cleanliness certainly was.

The existence of the four toilets bathroom is particularly odd as it is in a private residence and the other bathrooms all appear to be normal single rooms.

Throne for a loop!  The existence of the bathroom with four toilets is particularly strange, since it is located in a private home

Throne for a loop!  The existence of the bathroom with four toilets is particularly strange, since it is located in a private home

Throne for a loop! The existence of the bathroom with four toilets is particularly strange, since it is located in a private home

Secret to a closer look!  The house, which is 3,913 square meters in size, has six bedrooms and several other normal bathrooms

Secret to a closer look!  The house, which is 3,913 square meters in size, has six bedrooms and several other normal bathrooms

Secret to a closer look! The house, which is 3,913 square meters in size, has six bedrooms and several other normal bathrooms

Described as a 'stately home in Milwaukee' built by the Fowle family in 1851, it has hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, and a porch and covered patio

Described as a 'stately home in Milwaukee' built by the Fowle family in 1851, it has hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, and a porch and covered patio

Described as a ‘stately home in Milwaukee’ built by the Fowle family in 1851, it has hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, and a porch and covered patio

'The house is rich in history and charm that has been retained throughout, even with modern touches added,' says the listing

'The house is rich in history and charm that has been retained throughout, even with modern touches added,' says the listing

‘The house is rich in history and charm that has been retained throughout, even with modern touches added,’ says the listing

The rest of the 3,913 square foot house is also unremarkable. Described as a “stately home in Milwaukee” built by the Fowle family in 1851, it has hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, a porch and covered patio, and a full condo in the rear.

“The house is rich in history and charm that has been retained throughout, even with modern touches added,” the listing says.

While the listing refers to “new plumbing,” it doesn’t explain the quadruple toilet layout.

The broker, Jane Dichristopher of Mahler Sotheby’s International Realty, explained that: WTRF that when the house was built, it did not have the bathroom with four toilets.

It was added by the Girl Scouts, to whom the owners gave the house around 1920 or 1930.

However, while the Girl Scouts added the “infamous bathroom” to meet their needs, Dichristopher didn’t say whether there had ever been any partitions or stalls — and if so, why they had been removed.

Sitting alone: ​​one of the normal bathrooms of the house with only one toilet is pictured

Sitting alone: ​​one of the normal bathrooms of the house with only one toilet is pictured

Sitting alone: ​​one of the normal bathrooms of the house with only one toilet is pictured

The real estate agent, Jane Dichristopher of Mahler Sotheby's International Realty, explained to WTRF that when the house was built, it didn't have the four-toilet bathroom.

The real estate agent, Jane Dichristopher of Mahler Sotheby's International Realty, explained to WTRF that when the house was built, it didn't have the four-toilet bathroom.

The real estate agent, Jane Dichristopher of Mahler Sotheby’s International Realty, explained to WTRF that when the house was built, it didn’t have the four-toilet bathroom.

Is there a badge for that?  It was added by the Girl Scouts, to whom the owners donated the house around 1920 or 1930

Is there a badge for that?  It was added by the Girl Scouts, to whom the owners donated the house around 1920 or 1930

Is there a badge for that? It was added by the Girl Scouts, to whom the owners donated the house around 1920 or 1930

1643054380 117 En suite family home with FOUR toilets and no dividing walls

1643054380 117 En suite family home with FOUR toilets and no dividing walls

However, while the Girl Scouts are adding the “infamous bathroom” to meet their needs, Dichristopher didn’t say whether there had ever been any partitions or stalls — and if so, why they had been removed.

Earlier this month, photos of the house were shared by the popular Instagram account Zillow Gone Wild, where commentators were stunned by the design.

“If the burrito hits everyone at once,” one wrote.

“My toddler who won’t leave me alone designed this bathroom,” another joked.

“I’ve had nightmares like this,” a third wrote, while a fourth said, “In no scenario do I ever want a chance to poop with friends.”

Another speculated that the “bathroom was built in the sims,” ​​while another surmised, “Someone is copying and pasting in the bathroom again.”

“I wonder if seats have been allocated,” another commenter wondered.

The viral attention has led to realtor Dichristopher seeing more interest in the property.

“I’ve been in touch with a lot of people, and we had a lot of screenings initially because of the marketing… and the commodes,” she said.

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