In one Wisconsin home, the family that poops together stays together.
South Milwaukee’s house has been put on the market for $450,000. It has six bedrooms and two bathrooms. One half-bath has also been added. There is also a very special bathroom that has not one, but four toilets.
Toilets cannot be separated even by stalls. They are stacked side-by-side and just inches from each other, providing no privacy for anyone who may need them.
A commode-tion is possible! This Wisconsin property that is on the market at $450,000 features a bathroom and four toilets.
Four’s company? There are no dividers between the four toilets, which were installed after the home was donated to the Girl Scouts between 1920 and 1930
Look around! You will find the toilets opposite four of the larger bathroom sinks.
The bathroom is decorated with large plants and white curtains. There’s also a wall gallery of art.
Even the best interior designers cannot ignore the fact there are four different toilets located in one room.
It is possible to have four people use the toilet at once, even though they are close by.
Four sinks are also located on opposite walls of the room, which shows that hygiene was a top priority.
Given that this four-toilet-toilet bathroom can be found in private homes, it is quite odd. Other bathrooms, however, all seem to be single-person normal rooms.
For a loop, Throne! Given its location in a private house, the existence of the 4-toilet toilet bathroom is especially odd.
Take a look at the Privy! This house is 3913. It has 6 bedrooms, and many other standard bathrooms.
It is described as a “stately Milwaukee home” built in 1851 by the Fowle Family.
According to the listing, “The house is full of history and charm which has been preserved throughout all time even though modern touches have been added,”
Unremarkable is the rest of this 3,913-square foot house. Described as a ‘stately Milwaukee home’ built by the Fowle family in 1851, it has hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, a screen porch and covered patio, and a complete apartment in the rear.
The listing states that the home has a lot of history and charm, which was preserved throughout even though modern features were added.
The listing does not mention quadruple plumbing.
The realtor, Jane Dichristopher of Mahler Sotheby’s International Realty, has explained to WTRF that when the house was built, it didn’t have the four-toilet bathroom.
It was added by the Girl Scouts, to whom the owners donated the home around 1920 or 1930.
While the Girl Scouts add the ‘infamous bathroom’ to suit their needs, though, Dichristopher did not say whether there had been dividers or stalls at one point — and if there had been, why they had been removed.
Sitting by yourself: A picture of one of the regular bathrooms, with just one toilet in it is shown
The realtor, Jane Dichristopher of Mahler Sotheby’s International Realty, hasexplained to WTRF that when the house was built, it didn’t have the four-toilet bathroom
Do you have a badge to wear? The Girl Scouts added it to the house around 1920 or 1930 after the original owners gave the property.
While the Girl Scouts add the ‘infamous bathroom’ to suit their needs, though, Dichristopher did not say whether there had been dividers or stalls at one point — and if there had been, why they had been removed
Zillow Gone Wild posted photos of the house earlier in the month. Commenters were astonished by the design.
A one-liner read, “When everyone gets a burrito at once,”
‘My toddler who won’t leave me alone designed this bathroom,’ quipped another.
‘I’ve had nightmares like this,’ wrote a third, while a fourth said: ‘In no scenario do I ever want an opportunity to poop with friends.’
Yet another speculated that the ‘bathroom was built in the sims,’ while one more guessed: ‘Someone’s been copying and pasting in the bathroom again.’
‘I wonder if there’s assigned seating,’ wondered another commenter.
The viral attention has meant realtor Dichristopher has seen more interest in the property.
She said, “I’ve had many people contact me and initially we had lots of showings because of the marketing…and the commodes.”