Bizarre home goes on the market for £2.2m – with terrifying secret inside
9th March 2022

A BIZZARE six-bedroom home has gone on sale for a whopping £2.2 million – but it has a terrifying secret inside.

The expensive property in Joplin, Missouri is littered with native American mementos and a haul of peculiar hunting decorations.

Potential buyers will be saddled with an eclectic mix of animal fur throws and taxidermy.

With a nod to the home’s previous tenants, many of the living areas are filled with portraits of Native American chiefs.  

And if that wasn’t enough to leave you feeling dead upset, the glass panelled floor contains a mix of animal skulls.

However, despite its extravagant decor, the property contains seven bathrooms, an infinity pool, a breakfast bar, cinema room and even its very own designer walk in wardrobe.

At much expense, it could be the perfect venue to wow the neighbours or even home a big family.

Estate agents Zillow said: “Luxury astounds at this custom gated estate encompassing 11,200 sf w/ 6 bedrooms & 6.5 bathrooms.

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“The owners' quarters are a showcase of style featuring an expansive bedroom w/ 18 ft ceilings, picture windows, gas fireplace and an opulent en-suite with Mother of Pearl inlayed heated floors, oversized steam shower and breakfast bar.

“The creme de la creme is the 2-story owner's wardrobe, inspired by the fashion house Dior Haute Couture in Paris.”

The peculiar listing comes just months after a similarly stylish mansion hit the market – despite being filled to the brim with expensive taxidermy.

Incredible images from inside the lakeside home in Minnesota included a hippo head coffee table, rhino leg bar stools, hide-strewn pool table and a collection of bears.

Dears, lions crocodiles and wolves also made up the open plan living room – which featured an imposing giraffe as the centrepiece. 

According to Racket, the four bedroom, 7,458-square-foot home was built in 1995 and has been on and off the market since 2018.

Estate agents described the property as “impeccably designed from the lighting, glass block, stone & woods throughout this absolute showcase.”

The description notes that the home features floor-to-ceiling windows, four fireplaces, a wine cellar, jacuzzi, walk in wardrobe, four-car garage, and a sandy fronted lake that is all encompassed on the 6.5-acre lot.

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