$1 million DFW home confuses internet with interior that looks like a warehouse

The home was recently shared on the popular “Zillow Gone Wild” Facebook page
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As anyone currently trying to buy a home will say; it is definitely a seller’s market, especially in DFW. While sellers are making more for their home than they ever anticipated, buyers have been forced to pay well above market value. Still, many online were stunned recently when they saw a DFW home on the market for nearly $1 million with an interior that looked more like a warehouse than an actual home.

From the outside, the DFW home currently listed at $989,000 looks totally normal, but as potential buyers take a peek inside, many have been left confused and a bit creeped out. As seen in the photos that were recently shared on the popular Facebook page “Zillow Gone Wild;” the home’s interior features brick walls and concrete floors normally seen in businesses and not in homes. “This property can serve as the perfect storage spot for large wine collections, art collections, multiple cars, as well as serving as the ultimate safe house,” says the Zillow listing.

According to Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the home is located just north of Interstate 635 and U.S. 75. Despite the price tag, some online have said they could see themselves in the home. Based on the market, it likely won’t be available for long.