February 4, 2023

Home seekers have revealed how a Rightmove ad discouraged them from buying when they saw a blood-soaked sign that seemed to warn potential buyers to “KEEP OUT.”

The three-bedroom house in Clifton, Nottingham, caught the attention of social media users when a reflection in the living room mirror shows the first half of a bright red sign smeared with blood.

Meanwhile, a grim reaper seems to haunt the property when a creepy figure can be seen lurking outside the window.

The middle terrace house, listed on Rightmove by Bairstow Eves, is asking for bids in excess of £180,000, but people pointed out that residents appear to have forgotten to remove Halloween decorations before taking photos.

Home seekers confess they were put off by a Rightmove ad when they saw a blood-soaked sign that seemed to warn potential buyers to “KEEP OUT.”

Estate agents Bairstow Eves said the owner was not too happy with the current residents’ choice of horror-themed decorations as it could “affect the marketing of their property”.

The image shows a gilded mirror above a fireplace showing the reflection of a bloody wall with a message below reading ‘KEEP OUT’, as well as what appears to be a statue of the grim reaper peering through the garden window.

Estate agents claimed they would have to change the image, however it has remained online ever since.

The advert described the house as a ‘super investment’ and comprises a hall, lounge, fitted kitchen, utility room, three bedrooms, shower room, separate toilet, off road parking, enclosed rear gardens, as well as double glazing and a gas central. heating.

The Advert Described The House As A 'Super Investment' And Comprises A Hall, Lounge, Fitted Kitchen, Utility Room, Three Bedrooms, Shower Room, Separate Toilet, Off Road Parking, Enclosed Rear Gardens, As Well As Double Glazing And A Gas Central.  Heating

The advert described the house as a ‘super investment’ and comprises a hall, lounge, fitted kitchen, utility room, three bedrooms, shower room, separate toilet, off road parking, enclosed rear gardens, as well as double glazing and a gas central. heating

The Estate Agents Claimed They Would Have To Change The Image, However It Has Remained Online Ever Since (Pictured: The Exterior Of The House)

The estate agents claimed they would have to change the image, however it has remained online ever since (Pictured: The exterior of the house)

House hunters wondered if the mysterious wall was a Halloween decoration or if the homeowner had strange taste.

One joked: ‘Is there anything you want to do with the house before you take pictures? I can not think of anything.

Another wrote: “Do you think this is part of the Halloween theme, or is the seller a bit weird?”

A third added: ‘Is the grim specter of death waiting for the new owner?’

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House Hunters Questioned If The Creepy Wall Was A Halloween Decoration Or If The Homeowner Had Strange Taste.

House hunters questioned if the creepy wall was a Halloween decoration or if the homeowner had strange taste.

One commenter said it was perfectly fine to leave Halloween decorations off long after October.

They said, ‘The seller is probably me. I still have the Halloween window clings from last year, as well as our “Santa, stop here” window sign.

Another wrote: “It was three years before I agreed to take down the Halloween bat garland.”

One said: “I can only hope they came to take the photos for this on Halloween.”

One said: ‘It’s almost worse that things aren’t obvious at first glance…’