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This Charming Brick Bungalow Is Hiding a Dark Secret

Beneath its neat facade is what nightmares are made of.
Behind these walls, the owners of this modest house are harbouring  a secret love for all things clown.
Behind these walls, the owners of this modest house are harbouring a secret love for all things clown.

From the street, this two-bedroom, one-bath bungalow looks nice enough -- it's neat and seemingly meticulously maintained, in a nice area and with a detached garage.

Plus, the $238,000 price tag also makes it even more attractive (it's just unfortunate that it's in Canada though -- in Sydney you can't even buy a parking spot for that much).

Yet, this ordinary home is hiding an extraordinary secret that's revealed from just a quick look inside.

Clowns. Clowns EVERYWHERE.

Seriously though. The longer we look at this the creepier it gets.
Seriously though. The longer we look at this the creepier it gets.

It would seem that the owners of this house are just about the only people left in the world that actually like clowns and choose to have them in their home.

To be fair, they're not creepy clowns but their abundance is certainly off-putting.

There are clowns with you in bed when you go to sleep...

Tough luck if you're a kid and scared of clowns. There's no escaping them in this bedroom.
Tough luck if you're a kid and scared of clowns. There's no escaping them in this bedroom.
Just putting it out there -- the clown on that tricycle is scarier than the character out of Saw.
Just putting it out there -- the clown on that tricycle is scarier than the character out of Saw.

Clowns to greet you when you get up to use the toilet in the middle of the night...

Clowns to greet you in the morning while you're cooking some breakfast...

Clowns to watch over you while you eat your meals...

That clown in the corner would be the first thing to go.
That clown in the corner would be the first thing to go.

And even clowns you can hang out with when watching TV so you don't feel like you're alone...

Seriously, a framed clown picture? Nope.
Seriously, a framed clown picture? Nope.

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