From The Outside It Looks Like A Normal House – Until You See The Clown Collection Inside
This home might look ordinary from the outside but just wait until you step through the doors
It looks like a normal, family red brick home from the outside.
There’s a lovely lawn, nice veranda and even better, it’s a detached property.
But this seemingly normal family home is hiding a very unusual interior – hundreds and hundreds of clowns .
And not only that, it could all be yours for just over £135,000.
The pretty bungalow is for sale in Ontario, Canada, and the estate agent describes it as a “charming brick bungalow on a quiet street close to schools and parks.
Cozy and gently lived in. Meticulously maintained. Detached cedar garage and shed with lots of parking and well kept lawn. Same owners for over 30 years!”
£1m mansion looks traditional from the outside but is full of secrets in the basement
While this is undoubtedly all true, it doesn’t explain the hoards of clowns reclining on chairs, relaxing on beds, swinging from swings and taking up almost all the shelf space.
As well as cuddly clowns, there are porcelain clowns, a clown riding a bike,clown magnets, Ronald McDonald clowns, clown artwork hung on the walls, clown wallpaper and even a clown statue standing like a butler in the corner of the dining room.
As well as several of the clowns having their own chairs, some group together in recliners, and take up bed space in one of the bedrooms.
Cabinets are crammed full of the owner’s passion – more clowns – and in total it’s thought she owns 1,500 of them.
And estate agents believe the “unusual” addition to the two-bed home will drive up the value because of all the publicity it’s generated.
The house is owned by Michael McMannis’ mother and her partner – but her son definitely isn’t a fan of her collection.
The 59-year-old told the Toronto Star : “Just don’t move one or else (my mother) knows.”
Mrs McMannis has spent the last 25 years building her impressive clown collection and has lived in the bungalow for 30 years.
Her son admitted he had no idea why his mum had chosen to collect clowns.
He said: “Maybe because there’s so many and they’re so cheap.”
Mrs McMannis and her partner are planning to move in with her son and his wife when their home is sold.
As for whether the clowns will be moving in too, McMannis says only “a few” will be making the cut.
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