The seaside neighborhood of La Jolla, California, is known for its sophisticated high-end real estate that is a combination of historic and modern houses, with the median sale price being around $1.96 million, according to realtor.com.
There’s one particular property on the market for $2.95 million that’s causing somewhat of a stir on a popular socialmedia page thanks to its funky exterior.
The five-bedroom, three-bathroom house was designed by the late San Diego architect Paul Thoryk and built in 1986. Resting in a cul-de-sac in the wealthy area, the floor plan of the 3,508-square-foot house allows natural light to flow through the home.
Other amenities according to the listing on Zillow include:
While the inside is certainly spacious, it’s the outside that has fans of the Facebook page Zillow Gone Wild scratching their heads in wonder.
“The best thing about this house is if you live in it, you’re the only one in your neighborhood who doesn’t have to look at it,” one person commented.
“It’s quirky and weird and I like it,” one fan said. “The boring white interior, however, not so much.”
“This looks like something I built with my Legos when I was 8,” another joked.
“I feel like a kid stacked some blocks every which way, called it a house, and they built it,” one person observed.
And there were a great deal of jokes referencing the house in the film “Beetlejuice”.
“It reminds me of the house in Beetlejuice when Delia is remodeling,” one person said.
“This looks like the exterior of the Beetlejuice house after the Dietzes got done with it,” another compared. “Inside isn’t offensive, though. I mean, in comparison to some of the others we’ve seen here.
“Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice,” one person joked.
“Home builder: ‘And what shape would you like your home to be?’
Home buyer: ‘Yes.’”