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Bizarre ‘basement’ house which is almost entirely submerged could be a bargain at just $35k 

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Ann Illinois A house that is almost completely submerged in the basement, called the “basement,” is viral due to its strange setting.

The unique Deer Creek House was posted on the real estate website Zillow earlier this week and quickly gained the attention of the internet.

The 832 sq ft house is located on a spacious site, mostly underground, so you can only see the roof.

It has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom and is equipped with a washer and dryer. The property also has a hut on the ground.

Built in 1951, the house isn’t very visible from the outside, but the pictures show a relatively cozy house with small windows that let in sunlight.

View of the roof of Dia Creek’s house for sale for $ 35,000. According to the list, “Properties offer a lot of possibilities!”

The 832 sq ft

The 832 sq ft “basement house” is located on a spacious site, primarily in the basement, so you can only see the roof.

The roof of Diak Creek's house was posted on the real estate website Zillow earlier this week at a great price of $ 35,000.

The roof of Diak Creek’s house was posted on the real estate website Zillow earlier this week at a great price of $ 35,000.

It’s not clear from the photos how future buyers will enter the home, but according to the list, “property offers a lot of possibilities!”

“Currently, homes are rented, but there are plenty of potential spacious homes that could be the best home to buy and build,” the list added.

Homes are for sale for $ 35,000 and are stolen given the current housing crisis.

President Joe Biden announced plans to make homes more affordable this week. This is especially true for first-time buyers, landlords and lessors suffering from runaway inflation.

According to the National Realtor Association, sales of existing homes, which make up the majority of home sales in the United States, fell 2.4% from March to April, reaching the lowest level since the Covid-19 sales slump in June 2020. ..

“The rise in home prices and the sharp rise in mortgage rates have reduced buyer activity,” Lawrence Yun, chief economist at the group, said in a statement.

According to data from mortgage lender Freddie Mac, fixed-rate mortgages for 30 years averaged 5.25% this week, approaching the highest interest rates in more than 10 years.

The average selling price of pre-owned homes reached $ 391,200 in April, up 14.8% year-on-year, rising for 122 consecutive months.

The living room in the

The living room in the “basement” is for sale for $ 35,000, a steal given the current housing crisis.

The house has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, equipped with a washer and dryer

The house has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, equipped with a washer and dryer

One of the two bedrooms in the

One of the two bedrooms in the “basement” of Dia Creek, which has received a lot of attention online

The house, built in 1951, isn't very visible from the outside, but the pictures show a relatively cozy house with small windows that let in sunlight.

The house, built in 1951, isn’t very visible from the outside, but the pictures show a relatively cozy house with small windows that let in sunlight.

Most of the underground houses are on a fairly large site, and there is also a hut on the ground.

Most of the underground houses are on a fairly large site, and there is also a hut on the ground.

The house has collected some mixed reactions online-ironically, some say it’s okay to live underground, while others are wondering why the house exists.

Someone jokingly tweeted, “Is there an underground car park? I was disappointed.”

However, another person was not impressed and tweeted. “Did the houses burn down and they just put a roof on the base?”

Some simply responded to the house and tweeted “strange,” while others “can’t even imagine what their anxiety would be like every time it rains. How safe is this? ? ”

“I was ready to hate it, but in reality it’s like an average modest house inside. Personally, I like more natural light, but as things go on, I We’ll soon be living underground, “someone else tweeted.

Another tweeted:’I think this is actually hellishly cozy and the cost of heating and air conditioning is cheap. Plus, you don’t have to worry about riding a ladder and making gutters! “

“Fu **, Illinois is trying to beat me with a cool basement house and all those neat old signs and buildings. It doesn’t work!” Someone else tweeted.

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