If you’re in the market for a new home and you want to live in a nice Ontario, Canada neighborhood, have we got the deal for you.
This place looks nice and not at all creepy.
It’s 750-square-feet, two bedrooms, one bathroom, and oh yeah, it’s filled with hundreds of nightmare inducing clowns.
The real estate listing says the quaint brick home is “cozy and gently lived in” and also “meticulously maintained.” The listing doesn’t mention Stephen King’s It even once, which I think is a missed opportunity because the only people who would ever want to live in this place are people who read that book and thought to themselves “that seems fine.”
The homeowner has lived in this den of horror for over 30 years, which leads me to believe that they are either a retired clown, a lifelong clown enthusiast, a serial killer, or one person who was all those things, in order.
We’re leaning toward all of those things.
Whatever this homeowner’s dark past is, they have to know that they’re just making their realtor’s life harder. Close to ten-percent of the population suffers from Coulrophobia, a fear of clowns. Even if you aren’t afraid of clowns, a living room filled with more white faces than the bar at an Imagine Dragons concert isn’t going to endear potential buyers.
If you’re looking for a great deal on a home in Ontario, this quaint living space is only $239,900 but act fast, because rumor has it they have a few interested buyers checking out the place tonight.
“Finally, a venue where we can host the next Gathering of the Juggalos.”