Tucked away in the suburbs of Plant City, Florida, a house is attracting the attention of popular real estate social media for its very festive interior.
While most homes go outside during the holidays, this residence has five bedrooms and three bathrooms — which is listed at $479,000 — looks like the Christmas decor inside, as seen in the photos on Zillow.com, is quite impressive.
“This very well maintained home features over 2,850 square feet,” the listing describes. “Two NEW air conditioners in 2019. Fully fenced large yard, paved pool area, screen fenced. Tile downstairs, laminate in living room upstairs, carpet in bedrooms.”
The list doesn’t mention the bright wonderland atmosphere that cascades through the rooms – from the kitchen with Christmas trees to the living room filled with wreaths, there is not an inch of the house where the holiday spirit does not reign.
Although the listing does not mention the decor, fans Zillow Gone Wilda Facebook page and Twitter account that highlights unique homes for sale have been quick to address the holiday blowout.
“Happiness is a wreath on the door. It’s just too much sensory overload!” said one man.
“I’m disappointed there’s no Christmas tree near the pool,” another person noted.
“Put some of this outside if the HOA allows,” someone said. “I have Christmas decorations, but 10+ trees all over the house is… excessive, right? I mean, do what makes you happy, even though I’m just a guy on the internet.’
“Meanwhile, every realtor I’ve ever dealt with has said ‘remove all the personal touches’ before listing.” I don’t think these people got the memo,” one person noted.
“It’s really amazing! There are so many Christmas trees, but, strangely enough, everything fits together and is beautiful,” said another compliment.
“It would fit in a Hallmark Christmas movie,” someone said.
“Holy mother...,” wrote one person on Twitter.
“It should be Winter house of Santa Claus after he finishes delivering the gifts,” said another.
The house is currently listed as “pending”.
Plant City is about 25 miles northeast of Tampa.