Woman selling 700k house posts completely bizarre music video on Rightmove listing
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A woman has shared a bizarre music video for a Rightmove house listing and it needs to be seen to be believed.
While most estate agents depend on the usual alluring property descriptions and attractive pictures to lure house hunters, this music video blows away all the competition.
The five-bedroom detached house could be yours for £700,00. Located in Hockliffe, near Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, the Rightmove description says it has ‘stunning beams’ and ‘cozy fireplaces’, a study area and a games room.
Upstairs the house has five 'beautifully decorated' double bedrooms and a 'glorious' family bathroom. The master is 'extremely homely and comforting' and has a en-suite and walk in wardrobe.
But why stop at a description, when you could make a three-minute music video - with subtitles - instead?
That’s exactly what Just Knock Estate Agents did in November 2022 but it has gone viral on social media, with people ‘impressed’ with Claire Cossey's dedication.
Not only did she film a music video, she also presumably wrote the original track which is dedicated to all the wonderful features in the stunning period property.
And let’s face it, who doesn’t love ‘80s synth-pop and a catchy hook?
While the vocals are a bit pitchy and she probably wouldn’t be invited to the live shows on The X Factor, you’ll be singing 'the never-ending property' for the rest of the day, even if you’re not in the market for a new home.
The song is a parody of the 1984 song 'The NeverEnding Story' by Limahl.
There's also a rather shocking key change during the song's bridge which deserves a special shoutout.
Thanks to the music video, we learn that the house is fitted with an air source heat pump and solar panels.
Dog lovers will be pleased to know that there’s ample space to groom your fur babies thanks to the current owners’ dog grooming room.
There are actually two grooming tables and a grooming sink and it has its own external access to keep your pooch pruned.
The house is apparently perfect for a family with growing teenage kids, according to the song’s lyrics.
Some more lyrical highlights include: "One more thing, the road outside is near - don’t despair, inside that isn’t clear.
"Stranger things have happened, in this spacious master room.
"The garden is so pretty, with its flowers all in bloom.
"The never-ending property."
How could you possibly resist?