Originally listed in October 2022 for $1.2 million, a complete lack of interest in the property has seen its asking price plummet to just $949,000 in just a matter of weeks. It’s not just buyers who are shunning the house, either; it’s listed on AirBnB as well, with a vacancy rate of...100%. Whenever you want the place, it’s available, because nobody wants to stay there in the short term either.
You owe it to yourself to click through some of the images of this house. The NFT/metaverse aesthetic is going to be something we look back on as though it were a fever dream. "You're telling me people thought this was the height of art in 2021? I don't believe you, dad!" "Son, you had to be there."