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Nobody Wants To Buy This Creepy House In Connecticut

Home is where the heart is and sometimes it can be a battleground, but pretty much everyone agrees having a home is better than being out on the streets.

And yet some houses seem to be totally unsellable due to their terrible location, poor condition or dark history.

But realtors aren't struggling to find a buyer for this house in Avon, Connecticut because of any of those reasons- they can't find a buyer because the house looks so creepy inside.

The walls look like they've been painted with blood, there is way too much copper in every room, and the decorative elements throughout the house are so jarring visitors (and potential buyers) can't wait to leave.

Maybe if buyers find out the house, priced at around $330k, is actually a contemporary art project by Fermata Arts Foundation founder Nikolay Synkov they'll stop being so revolted by the interior?

Nah, the only hope for this house of horrors is a complete interior overhaul!

See Scary House In Avon, Connecticut here


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Hee hee! The first house I bought was from a little old lady. She explained the bathroom color. "My son asked me what my favorite color was before Christmas. I thought he was buying me a sweater or something, so I said deep red. Then he painted my bathroom." It looked like a bordello.
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Maybe if buyers find out the house, priced at around $330k, is actually a contemporary art project by Fermata Arts Foundation founder Nikolay Synkov they'll stop being so revolted by the interior?"
No. No, I don't think so. A visual art display is fine to view at a museum or in an art house. But having to live with something many people find disturbing is not the way to represent a house for sale.
The home I currently own was one that the previous owners painted all the walls in an ox blood color. Our neighbors said the house felt like a creepy cave or a dungeon and had an awful vibe. By the time we found it the walls (most of them, anyway) had been painted an egg shell cream color. I doubt I would have even given the home a 2nd glance if they hadn't given the house a paint job make-over.
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