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Would you buy this 'vampire mansion' with a creepy wine cellar?

Awesome architecture and intense attention to detail

11w ago
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The proposition of owning a $3.7 million USD mansion is one that many would consider if they could afford it. However, what if said house had gothic furnishings, criss-cross window frames and a wine cellar fit for a vampire? That's right, there is a carved out tomb designed to hold your most prized alcoholic possessions (and the blood of your victims). There is also a separate chamber for you and your partner to enjoy a bloody beverage during a blood moon.

Whilst details of the cellar itself are unstated, we can observe a chandelier and what appears to be a wooden door to enter the chamber. The small shelf pictured below can hold a few bottles and some candles so you practice vampirism and the dark arts. It is rather cool that the wine bottles themselves are stored in special chambers carved out in the walls.

The rest of the house is simply spectacular with incredible attention to detail and unique architecture. From an indoor swimming pool to an eerie home theatre, this 5-bedroom, 6-bathroom mansion in Salt Lake County, Utah is perfect for you... if your name is Vladimir.

Would you buy this gothic mansion?

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Comments (9)

  • Yes, and you're all invited to the housewarming.

      2 months ago
  • If money wasn't an issue I would ABSOLUTELY BUY IT!

      2 months ago
  • I cleared a house on an alarm call that had a loooonnnnnggggggg tunnel that went from the wine cellar in the basement, under two swimming pools in the back yard, out to a wine grotto down by a lake. Incredible house!!!

      2 months ago
  • If it's a house I'll buy it.

      2 months ago
  • I'm not sure about the rug on the kitchen floor... 🤔😂

      2 months ago
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