Massive Gallery Of A Terrifying Cat Themed House For Sale In Arizona

June 14, 2017

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These are a bunch of real estate photos for a house for sale in Concho, Arizona. The 2 bed, 1 bath home measures 2,500 square feet (that's pretty big for only two bedrooms and one bath), sits on 20 acres, and costs $240,000. Did I mention the whole thing is filled with terrifying cat decor? Because the whole thing is filled with terrifying cat decor.

Contemporary eccentric full log sided custom home on 20+/- acres for the cat fancier! If you love cats this is the home for you! If not bring your sandblaster! Custom build, hardwood kitchen cabinets (Oak, Lacewood, and Bocote) artistically accented with river rock. Cat walkways and in great room Medieval cat castle with different levels (stone). All interior doors custom built (wood). Must see to believe it does exist!!! Once in a lifetime find extremely fun home!

Interesting. Even more interesting would be an interview with the person who lived there before. I bet they've got some stories to tell. Probably about cats. But possibly about serial killing, I could really see this going either way.

Keep going for a ton more shots, none of which make any sense.

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Thanks to Azdha, who agrees sometimes you just need to burn a house to the ground and start over.

  • paperboy

    I wonder how many people have met their grisly end in that house of horrors.

  • wolfman_al2

    I have several questions.

  • steve holt

    whoever lived here is completely insane. Literally insane.

  • Gustav Magnarsson

    It's like "The silence of the lambs" with cats.

  • chickeninthemist

    would you pet me? I'd pet me.

  • Enkidu98

    I have seen hell and it has shaken me to my core...

  • Jennifer Scarborough

    That decor is catastrophic.. . . . . .

  • Bling Nye

    Literal cat ass trophies...

  • Jenness

    I see what you did there

  • Joel Lamm

    It's nice to see the cats have a workout room

  • Gilbert

    When he said "None of which make any sense", I thought that he was just being his typical snarky self... Until I saw the photos.

    Then the Aliens quote hit me: "Nuke it from orbit. It's the only way to make sure"...

  • Frédéric Purenne

    $240 000? I presume $220 000 for the land and $20 000 for the husk of a house.

  • Meh

    I was just thinking, what kind of a nut would've lived there.

  • GeneralDisorder

    It's a 2500 square foot house on 20 acres with $415 per year property tax... I'd live there. Gladly. Granted, I don't have $250k to blow nor do I have the credit or income to get that much in a mortgage.

    Anyway, seems like a nice location. It'd be worth all the fuckery of stripping the weirdo cat shit off the walls and floors and ceilings.

  • the Dude

    Concho is NOT a place you want to live. It's a tiny, podunk town in the middle of Nowhere, eastern Arizona. If I had the money like that for ahouse, I buy in east Mesa or Queen Creek. Civilization, but a nice remote part of the suburbs with all of your shopping needs nearby including same day Amazon deliveries (living in the same place as a distro center is nice)

  • GeneralDisorder

    I like how you say it's not a place I'd want to live then describe a literal paradise.

  • tim

    You would move in, and on day 3, think to yourself, it's pretty lonely here. A cat will wonder past your porch. "What a nice kitty," you'll say. You will find her some food, and she'll move in. A few weeks later some of her friends will drop by. "How nice! I love company! It's a good thing i still have all this cat stuff around." And the cycle will begin anew.

  • Jenness

    LOL this is perfect

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