(NEXSTAR) – It’s a house match for a king — or at the least a really home knight.
An actual-estate agent in Washington is having a little bit of enjoyable with the listing photos for his newest Spokane-area property, most of which present a completely armored “knight” having fun with the house’s facilities.
The home itself, situated in Chattaroy, was already constructed to resemble a fort, that includes a large exterior “fortress wall” topped with battlements. It solely made sense, then, that it must be marketed in an applicable means, says agent Jonas Elber.
“I’ve loved advertising distinctive properties prior to now,” mentioned Elber, who defined that he enlisted an precise armorer, together with a number of of his pals, to assist carry his imaginative and prescient to actuality. “All of them jumped on the concept and have been nice to work with.”
Their efforts resulted not solely a collection of foolish itemizing pictures, but additionally a short film that depicts the “knight” giving a tour of the $600,000 property. In it, he may be seen taking part in hockey within the courtyard, slicing fruit together with his sword, and, sure, using one of many dwelling’s throne rooms.
Elber says the concept has generated loads of publicity, however extra importantly, it attracted the attention of a number of potential patrons.
“When this dwelling was beforehand listed in 2009 it sat available on the market for over 400 days and caught out like a sore thumb,” Elber mentioned. This time round, nevertheless, he claims over a dozen certified patrons have toured the house, which hit the market solely days in the past. This weekend, he’s on the brink of overview a number of presents, too.
“We’re completely satisfied to see so many patrons enthusiastic in regards to the fort and the potential it has as a residence, potential marriage ceremony venue, or Airbnb,” he mentioned.
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