People are hesitant to purchase the house despite its attractive appearance due to its interior.


It is often said that there can be no disputes when it comes to matters of taste, and we fully agree with this notion. Beauty is subjective, and what one person finds appealing may be unappealing to another, and vice versa.

This principle applies to a house in the UK that was put up for sale and attracted a significant number of potential buyers. However, once they had the opportunity to see the interior, most of them politely declined and decided against purchasing the property.

The house boasted four bedrooms, a master suite, a garage, and a meticulously maintained garden. The listing confidently claimed that the property maintained a “high standard.” However, it became evident that people had different interpretations of what those words truly meant.

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Believe it or not, the interior of this seemingly perfectly looking home is purple, and that includes the walls, the carpets, the furniture. Well, everything, to be precise. No matter how much one is in love with this color, everyone agrees that this is simply too much. So, what else is purple? The floors, the ceilings, the curtains, you name it.


The purple color goes as far as to the closet doors in the master suite and while the walls might be easy to paint over, fixures such as closet doors can be a nightmare to replace.

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The tiles in the bathroom are white but with purple floral details on top. And while the bathtub itself is white, the bathroom floor and the sides of the bathtub are covered in shaggy purple carpeting.

Based on the exterior, one would never assume that everything inside this home is purple and unless the future buyer is also a huge lover of this color, selling it wouldn’t be a simple task.

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The house is listed for $5 million.

What do you think of this? Would you be able to live surrounded with so much purple?

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