This ‘Horror House’ in Sears, Michigan Has a Surprising Interior
There's an old saying, "never judge a book by its cover." To apply that to this home is an understatement.
What looks on the outside like the scene out of a slasher film, is actually quite an amazing hunting, or getaway cabin in Sears, Michigan, and the interior is FAR from what you'd expect it to be.
This house is a renovated "tiny" home on nearly 20 acres of land, just outside of the town of Sears, right smack dab in the middle of Michigan. The home was built in 1980, and originally had standard vinyl siding.
But somewhere along the years, it seems a pack of goth hunters got their hands on it, and like the Rolling Stones, painted it Black... ALL black.
The property makes it a bit unassuming as well. Middle of the woods, long, dirt trail that ends at a shed... ALSO painted black... with weathered-wood furniture out front, and a burn pit next to the house.
You can practically hear the banjos.
But then... you open the door, and this ranch home really shows you that, it's what's on the inside that really matters.
All 450 sq. feet of this house is incredible. A full bedroom, bathroom, eat-in kitchen and appliances.
AND, once you look past the "creepy" exterior, it's nice to know it has its own private frontage road, and pond.
And all of this, property and everything, for just $159,900. I don't even care that this house is smaller than my current apartment... sign me up for the loan now.
Would you consider moving into this home?
The Surprising Interior of this Black Home in Sears, Michigan
Gallery Credit: Zillow/Century 21 White House Realty