Unassuming £450,000 terraced house hides unique ‘migraine-inducing’ interior

Photos show owner’s apparent disdain for neutrals or anything ordinary with flamboyant art, neon and contrasting colors, garish textured gold walls

The three-bedroom townhouse looks plain from the outside

An unassuming £450,000 terraced house hides a pretty extraordinary interior.

The £450,000 three-bed house listing boasts that it ‘must be seen’ and despite its plain-looking exterior, a browse through the photos inside soon reveals why.

Photos show the owner’s apparent disregard for neutrals or anything ordinary with flamboyant art, neon and contrasting colors, gaudy textured gold walls, VIP toilet seats and even a giant face protruding from a wall.

At the Rightmove property in Edmonton, Greater London, images show a bold color scheme of letterbox red and lime green while another has multi-coloured marble effect walls.

In other areas, a gold textured hallway can be seen.







The extravagant interior looks worthy of a rock star
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The Rightmove listing, marketed by 100 Key Properties, says early visits are “highly recommended” and highlights the property’s high-ceilinged jacuzzi and bathroom gardens.

The house was already on the market in 2016, before the seller decided not to sell.

Online house hunters were stunned by the ostentatious interior design, saying some choices were “migraine-inducing” – even comparing the decor to something from famed graphic designer MC Escher.







The flamboyant style caught the attention of Twitter users
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Property hunter Sarah tweeted: “Checking listings on Rightmove and had to share this one.”

Dr. Trudy Kearney tweeted in response, “Oh my god! Every photo just gets better and better (or worse and worse). Those walls!”.

Lenny Martin tweeted: “You’re going to have to be a lot more specific on the walls in particular…”

Sarah then replied, “Those – not those! Oh wait, those who look like someone are a big Escher fan!”







The property has a VIP toilet lid and hot tub
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Alisa Jane wrote, “You can just move in there, no decorations needed,” to which Sarah replied, “Only pictures cause migraines…”

A Twitter user wrote: “All this in a modest terrace”.

Another commenter wrote, “It’s the ‘effect’ walls texture I can’t square. Woof.”

Jonathan Burnhams commented: “‘Must be seen’ indeed!”

Alice Pattenden remarked, “That’s a lot of statements for a property to make!”







The interior of the house caught people off guard
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The color scheme inside defies the property’s ‘ordinary’ exterior and the decor is sure to divide opinion.

A hallway with textured walls leads to a staircase to the rest of the house.

Some viewers may consider it cool, but others have suggested that something more conventional would suit a property of this type which is highly sought after in the area.







The style has people divided on Twitter
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The description on Rightmove’s website reads: “We are pleased to present to the market this fantastic three double bedroom terraced house with a separate outbuilding.

“The property comprises: three double bedrooms, a semi-detached house with an independent outbuilding to the rear of the property with separate access from the street.

“Comprises: living room, lounge, dining room, open-plan kitchen, downstairs family bathroom with corner jacuzzi bath.







The golden textured walls of the property
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“Detached outbuilding to the rear with rear access, double glazing and central heating (if specified), front and rear gardens.

“Early viewing is highly recommended!”

A spokesperson for 100 Key Properties said the home was unique, adding, “100 Key Properties proudly listed this property in February 2022.

“It was great to see such a different home on the market and to see the reactions from potential buyers.”

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