The Craziest House On Zillow Is Something Out Of a Crazy Cat Lady’s Fever Dream

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When you buy a house, you want the place to feel like a home. The building, location, and property need to feel comfortable to you while meeting your family’s needs. To that end, a house has to be unique. But you can always take it too far and be too “you.” Take, for instance, this 2 bedroom, 1 bath house listed in Concho, AZ for $240,000, a house that anyone looking for a condemned cat palace in the desert could call home!

The listing for the house reads:

“Contemporary eccentric full log sided custom home on 20+/- acres for the cat fancier!”

Mmk. Great. It’s got a real, “I promise no one is cooking meth in here, officer” vibe to it. I love the windows.

“If you love cats this is the home for you! If not bring your sandblaster!”

Sorry, a sandblaster? Did the assessor find termites or something? Yes, and they’re probably covered in cat urine.

EGAD! We’ve officially ventured into obsessive-recluse territory. Arizona strikes again!

“Custom build [sic], hardwood kitchen cabinets (Oak, Lacewood, and Bocote) artistically accented with river rock.”

That is the most spin-zoned sentence I’ve ever read. Taping pictures of cats you printed out at the library onto cabinets does not qualify them as “custom built.” I can’t even see any cabinets in this picture.

This place is held together with used cat litter and regret.

I can’t even tell what is structurally going on in this den of sadness. Is this a literal log cabin? What bad start to my question. Please, allow me to start over.

*clears throat*

Why? WHY? WHY!?

“Cat walkways and in great room Medieval cat castle with different levels (stone). All interior doors custom built (wood). Must see to believe it does exist!!! Once in a lifetime find extremely fun home!”

Nothing says “fun” like a dilapidated closet that may or may not have once housed a family of raccoons.

Local news outlets are reporting that the raccoons moved out recently. The house was “too fun” for them.

This is, truly, a “once in a lifetime” offer. Where else could you buy a house with bare plywood floors, an exposed hot water heater held together with duct tape, covered floor to ceiling in cat pictures all for the low low price of $240,000? Literally nowhere else on earth.

If you have a quarter million dollars lying around, are looking to break into the booming housing market of Concho, and are looking to burn a house in the desert, you had better act at a normal pace! Lots of people are not looking to buy this house and offers are not streaming in.