House Goes Viral For Room's Truly Baffling Design Feature
We all remember that episode of Friends where Monica becomes obsessed with finding out the purpose of a mysterious switch in the apartment across the hall ('The One With All the Rugby, FYI).
Curiosity not only gets the better of her, it completely takes over, and by the end of the episode she's bashed several holes into the wall.
But if you thought the damage ol' Gellar unleashed on that poor, unassuming home, let's just be grateful she wasn't let loose on this bizarre five-bedroomed property, where electrical fixtures are certainly an unexpectedly unique feature.
For your money you get five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a large garden and garage, with the listing also promising a 'stunning kitchen' and a 'warm and welcoming conservatory' boasting double French doors opening out onto 'the large patio area'.
But there's one room the home's listing doesn't mention - although that didn't stop eagle-eyed internet users from making the discovery.
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The strange property was spotted by a Twitter user called Toby Davis, who posted a link for the listing, writing: "Thinking about buying this house, but I'm not sure it has enough plug sockets."
Thinking about buying this house, but I'm not sure it has enough plug sockets. https://t.co/h11wk8dFiS- Toby Davies (@tobydavies) November 1, 2019
Toby's tweet has since racked up more than 4,000 likes and 1,600 retweets, meaning it looks like many others share his confusion and fascination.
I mean, even if that was once used as an office space, that still is A LOT of sockets. And downlighters. And, well, there's just a lot, isn't there?
'install some plug sockets yeah?'- Graeme (@GraemePeacock) November 1, 2019
Other Twitter users seem equally as baffled, with one asking if the room used to be an arcade, and another saying it looked like the house had 'chicken pox;
Someone else joked that the electricity bill for the quarter must have been £1,452,092, while a fourth said the sight of it 'genuinely makes me feel ill'.
It's a lovely house, don't get me wrong. But I think I speak for us all when I say I want to know what the hell that architect was thinking.
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