AN average looking bungalow has gone on sale for £226,000 – but what’s hidden in the basement will haunt you.
At first glance the three-bed property in Maryland, US, is a decent bargain for $299,900 (£226,000).
The bungalow looks perfectly ordinary from the outsideCredit: Zillow
The basement has a giant pentagram on the floor along with other demonic drawingsCredit: Zillow
However, prospective buyers will get more than they bargained for when they discover the terrifying secrets in the basement.
On the floor there is a drawing of a large pentagram – a widely recognised Satanic symbol.
Those viewing the property will also find the haunting basement is also home to dark figures scrawled on the walls.
The shady drawings are joined by a giant spider painted on one of the walls which is next to yet another eerie pentagram.
Reddit users discussed the property which was labelled as a “Demon House” on the social media site.
One user said: “I suddenly feel better about the housing market in my area.”
But others were not convinced with one saying: “This is tots just kids fooling around.
“I bet the house was empty and some kids broke in.”
Listed on property website Zillow 18 days ago, the house has been viewed over 3,000 times and currently has offers pending.
The bungalow boasts three bedrooms and two bathrooms and the total lot size covers over 6,000ft in space.
It was built in 1957 and the ad says that the property is in “major need of rehabilitation”.
The listing reads: “This home is ready for a new owner to make it shine! It has lots of potential and is an excellent opportunity for an investor or anyone hoping to fully redo a home to their liking.”
The Zilllow ad continues, stating that the home is a “commuter’s dream” being in close proximity to a bus and metro station.
The property is in need of a massive renovation according to the adCredit: Zillow
Despite the creepy basement the bungalow has the benefit of two bathroomsCredit: Zillow
The home will need a lot of work as there are broken tiles and scrawled wallsCredit: Zillow
Even the rooms without the dark drawings require repainting and furnishingCredit: Zillow