The bizarre property has some ‘creepy’ dolls on its walls (Image: rightmove.co.uk/)
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A house that has gone on sale this month has left online viewers baffled due to some rather peculiar features, including "creepy" dolls in the living room.
The three-bedroom property in Priory Grove, southwest London, is currently on the market for £1,250,000.
The house, described as "characterful and well balanced" on Rightmove, is within walking distance to Stockwell Station, Wandsworth Road Station and Clapham High Street Station.
On the lower ground floor there are a reception room, a dining room, a kitchen and a small toilet.
There is also a rear garden featuring many different types of plants and flowers, as well as a seating area.
The living room features two sofas and many decorations on the wall
At the back of the garden, there is a small summer house, complete with a table and chairs.
The ground floor features two reception rooms and another small garden at the front of the property.
In the living room – which has numerous decorations on the walls – there are two sofas with colourful pillows.
But there are also some dolls that people noticed straight away when looking at the property ad online.
Cupboards and walls around the house are painted in bright colours
The entrance door has 'The Blue House' written on it
Two of the bedrooms are located on the first floor and the third is on the top floor.
The family bathroom is on the first floor and features a bath as well as a separate shower.
The main door, painted in blue, has "The Blue House" written on it.
The outside of the house in Priory Grove, southwest London
The walls indoors are all painted with bright colours, for example the small toilet has blue and red paint.
Commenting on the new property, a person wrote on Martin Lewis' Home forum: "Not even sure what to say about this place!
"Super cluttered, dusty, some very unsettling dolls and pictures…"
Another added: "That is top of the range, deliberate, clutter – they certainly knew what they were doing!"
But one responded: "Cluttered, but it looks loved. I wonder what the removals men say when they get asked to move a lot like that, including all the packing?"
One more said: "It's rather fab in a 'Hansel & Gretal' sort of way, but imagine trying to pack! Lordy!"