A couple who were all set to make an offer on their dream house were horrified when they discovered a rather bizarre feature.
They shared the moment they discovered the bonkers stair set-up to TikTok under the account @themistershade and it has since been seen a whopping 10 million times.
“We thought about making an offer on this [house] until we saw the stairs and we said hell no,” they said in the video.
The carpeted stairs are designed as huge ascending blocks instead of the far more conventional rows and viewers were baffled by the sight.
“As a mover, I would never want to see the stairs,” one wrote.
Another commented: “Imagine coming home tired and you have to use these type of stairs.”
A third added: “If I came home drunk and saw these stairs I would sleep on the couch.”
But not everyone was shocked at the sight of the set-up.
Some called them cool while another suggested: “I like them. Take the carpet out and alternate black and white.”
And someone else pointed out: “You know when you buy a house you are allowed to change things about the house right?"
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