There's a new listing in the LA real estate market and it is going viral, and not just because the home is owned by Dr. Phil's family. The 6,170 square-foot house is selling for $5.75 million and looks tame from the outside with it's Tuscan style, but the inside is pretty bonkers. The TV host's son, musician Jordan McGraw, is the one selling the home, which he furnished and decorated in a very interesting style.
Listing photos, which were shared on Twitter, show a center staircase with a railing made of fake wooden branches. There are bear figures throughout the home and guns of various sizes melting on one wall.
According to a spokesman for the Dr. Phil show, those guns are actually an anti-gun art installation. He also stated, "The interior has been dramatically remodeled and updated with eclectic finishes that can be kept or transformed into your own vision."
Leave it to Twitter to spot some of the more unique details of those finishes:
Others just gave their opinions of the decor:
Dr. Phil's rep also pointed out that the five-bedroom, six-bathroom house, which also boasts an "inviting backyard with pool/spa and a cabana," is actually owned by the McGraw Family Trust and not Dr. Phil. He added that Phil has never lived there.
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