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Five years ago, a couple purchased an abandoned school and transformed it into their very own home – but it’s giving off some creepy vibes to potential buyers.
Now listed at a whopping $3.1 million (US$2.37 million), the Pennsylvania home is made up of four bedrooms and five bathrooms.
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Built in 1965, the former school has been converted into a single-family home, with room for 30 cars.
Dubbed the ‘School House’, the revamped property includes an indoor basketball court — left over from student gym days — along with an arcade and a home fitness center.
While the rooms are newly renovated in the ranch-style home, some appear gloomy and windowless.
But perhaps one of the most weird of them all, one bathroom has kept the child-size urinals from when the school was in operation.
Spanning more than 1365 sqm, the property sits on a massive 4.63ha lot.
In the home, an updated kitchen has replaced the cafeteria, but there are also whiteboards that remain intact in some of the rooms.
The school, originally known as ‘Perry Elementary’ — has allowed former students to be given a tour of their old stomping grounds.
The owners are reportedly looking to sell because they are ready to retire on a lakefront property, according to The Post.
The property has been making the rounds on TikTok, with an initial viral post from the account Zillowtastrophes, with many people a bit creeped out by the home.
To add to its ‘creepiness’, the house also happens to be situated next to a cemetery.
So far there hasn’t been a hot market for the School House, as the property has been on the market for 227 days.