If you want to sleep inside of a house covered in blood, but are worried about the health department and have zero access to gallons of actual human blood, then BOY do I have an exciting real estate opportunity for you.
There is a house in Connecticut currently on the market that is beyond perfect for literally any Halloween party you have in store, not because it has trap doors or creaky floors, but because of its horrifying interior.
Think log cabin meets recently used hospital operating room floor.
Yeah! It's like a house, but instead of being a picturesque environment to raise a family and make memories, it's the kind of thing that permanently scars a child!
This terrifying blood themed Hartford residence was a project by Nikolay Synkov, Fermata Arts Foundation founder and poetry enthusiast who reportedly wrote poems about every room in the house.
The house is currently up for sale for a modest $339,900.
Coldwell Banker, who is listing the house, has requested that only "SERIOUS ENQUIRIES" bid on the home, which they describe as,
[A] unique work of art, capturing wood design and characteristics like no other. Located in the highly sought-after neighborhood of Avon, this home sits in top rated school districts and convenient vicinity to shops. Handcrafted finishes adorn both the inside and out, from beautiful window and door frames to one of a kind detailing on the wooden cabinetry.
The house is listed as a contemporary art project by Synkov's Fermata Arts Foundation.
Coldwell Banker is clearly having a massive issue selling the house as the price has dropped a significant amount since its original offering.