Grayscale has made a Baltimore home stand out with more than 620,000 views since the $ 225,000 home mention at the market on Sundays.
The one-bedroom, one-bathroom property in the suburb of Brooklyn Park looks very ordinary from the outside, but upon entering, any potential buyer could be forgiven for thinking they’ve come across a Goth-themed black and white photo.
Pretty much anywhere a prospective owner turns, they’ll witness the interior decked out in black, white, and everything in between, along with a collection of crucifixes.
The one-bedroom, one-bath home is for sale for $ 225,000 and has been viewed 620,000 times. It looks normal at first
The house comes complete with gothic crucifixes in a black, white and gray color scheme that runs throughout
The black and white decor even extends to the football team’s choice, backed up by the owner with framed Oakland Raiders black and white shirts adorning the walls.
The living room could be called the dead room with a life-size chest in one corner and flowers in miniature versions. A sculpture of a monk appears to break through the wall while a photo of the twins from The Shining is enough to give you nightmares
Even the Raiders’ helmets match the house’s black, white and gray color scheme. A picture of a guillotine creates a disturbing picture on the wall
The living room features comfortable black leather sofas and armchairs, but who could ignore the black box in the corner along with a cross where a television would normally be?
Some creepy photos adorn the walls, including a framed black and white photo of a guillotine, a sculpture of a demonic monk seems to break through the plaster, another photo from a scene from the horror movie The Ring, while the twins from the psychological horror movie , The Shining, watch.
The color scheme even extends to the support of the current owners of his soccer team with several black and white signature jerseys from the West Coast Oakland Raiders framed on the walls.
The shirts of quarterback Ken “Snake” Stabler, safety Jack Tatum, receiver Tim Brown and center Jim Otto are placed in the shape of a cross on the kitchen wall.
When it comes to furniture, soft black carpet runs throughout the house, except in the hallway and kitchen where gray patterned tiles take precedence.
The kitchen is completely in black and white, including a black stove, oven and microwave
The kitchen decor seems almost normal compared to the rest of the house, although two images of skulls come alive with the rest of the house theme
Prospective owners can be forgiven for thinking they’ve come across a black and white photo
A corner of the living room sees flowers sitting on box-shaped shelves as The Shining’s twins watch
Also in the kitchen, both the stove and microwave are lined in black with some ghostly skeleton prints on the wall to remind you whose house you are in.
In other parts of the house, vases of black flowers stand on miniature chest shelves, while a glimpse of a ‘graveyard’ outside can be seen through a side window.
Upstairs, a landing sees a metal handrail with spider webs lining the stairs to the first floor.
Mirrors adorn the walls while a bright red cushion stands out in a welcome splash of color on a painted black wooden pew.
The new owner must love their mirror image, but will certainly find comfort in the fact that there is no chance of vampires entering the bedroom with a five-mirror ceiling extending above the bed, complete with crucifixes.
Crosses can be seen in several places, including the bedroom with seven mirrors including overhead
Spider webs are plastered on doors, ceilings and a metal handrail, while a red cushion adds a pop of color
Downstairs leads to a dungeon with plenty of empty space and a few chairs to watch the wide screen TV
In the blackened basement there were only a few comfortable leather chairs to enjoy the flat-screen TV
Downstairs, a basement room resembles a dungeon with the black furnishings on the inside.
Two comfortable leather seats are perfectly placed in front of a widescreen TV.
Outside, the theme continues with a supposedly fake burial ground, complete with wrought iron gates, tombstones and crosses.
The garage is called ‘the crypt’, while an outbuilding is adorned with a huge ominous skeleton mural.
More cobwebs can be seen on the ceiling of an outdoor bar and across the black door to the shed, but don’t try to get them out, it’s all part of the inspired design of this unique home.
A cemetery has been laid out outside, complete with burial gates and gravestones
The garage is called a ‘crypt’ but it appears to be a sacred refuge as the cross fights all evil spirits
A giant spider web adorns the ceiling while the freezer has been nicknamed the ‘cemetery gate’ next to a full wet bar
A ghostly skull mural is painted on one side of this outdoor garage, while a spider’s web adorns a side door