Can you spot the spooky, haunted guest in this real estate listing?
You may do a double take when looking at pictures of this listing.
The gorgeous studio located in the historic Hamilton building in San Francisco, California, offers charm, spaciousness and '20s feel.
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Oh, and a dead guy. His name is Skully.
Skully is a skeleton prop used by the realtor in order to distinguish this listing from other similar listings in the area.
Cece Blase, of Paragon Real Estate Group, told Curbed:
"I needed to be heard above the noise. His name is Skully and I've used him several times before, most recently in a Dogpatch listing."
Honestly, not a bad tactic. Creepy, but still not a bad idea.
Take a look at the spooky setup below:
Skully can be seen lounging comfortably in the sleeping alcove, jamming to some tunes by the grand piano in the Hamilton's massive lobby, or catching some rays in the gorgeous outdoor entertainment area.
The unit where skully, shall we say, resides, is on the 4th floor of the building.
It boasts a walk-in closet, vintage lighting fixtures and quirky arched ceilings and walkways that aren't easy to come by these days.
The building itself is an art-deco establishment, built in the 1920s – the unit itself is listed as an "Art Moderne studio".
It's listed for $479K, Skully (sadly) not included.
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