If you’ve all the time dreamed of an open-concept bathroom, this home is for you.

A Boston dwelling on the market on Zillow that seems to be regular and quaint is definitely something however.

The newly renovated four-bedroom, three-bathroom property — in foreclosures — is listed at a whopping $899,000. However, one of many lavatory layouts is fairly crappy.

It begins the second you stroll by means of the entrance door, the place a toilet is on the left aspect of the open-concept area.

Although the itemizing states three full loos, this lavatory is lacking one foremost element: a wall.

Photos of the property have been first shared by the Instagram account Zillow Gone Wild, and social media instantly labeled it a “nightmare.” 

Aerial view of the house. Realtor.comThe very uncovered lavatory. Realtor.comThe lavatory is within the entry of the home. Realtor.com“Do we’ve to be open about EVERYTHING as of late??” one Instagram consumer stated. 

“Those glass partitions actually be doing probably the most on your privateness,” one other joked.

“This is actually what I’ve recurring nightmares about,” one particular person wrote, whereas one other referred to as it a “freakshow.”

Built in 1910, the two-story dwelling spans 2,000 sq. toes.

The house is made up of three “full” loos. Realtor.comSocial media customers are horrified the lavatory is lacking partitions.Realtor.comWhile the remainder of the home appears fairly regular, with trendy renovations and pristine hardwood flooring, the lavatory state of affairs is fairly onerous to miss. 

“Gotta love the clear glass between the bathe and bathroom, however frosted glass between the bathroom and sink,” somebody quipped.  

The newly renovated kitchen with chrome steel home equipment. Realtor.comThe open-floor residing space. Realtor.comThis isn’t the one dwelling up on the market with some questionable options.

A Lake Tahoe, California, handmade the rounds on social media because of the creepy mannequins positioned in each room. There was additionally a Kentucky dwelling that was lacking a bath in its entirety.

And, as New Yorkers know, it’s not unusual to discover a tub in a kitchen within the Big Apple.