Dr. Phil is selling his Beverly Hills mansion and no one on the Internet quite knows what to make of it. Nothing is more inviting quite like an entire stair railing made of snakes…
According to the real estate listing, the home features 6170 square feet, with 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, and a nearly half acre lot, for $5.75 million dollars. The listing describes the home as:
Private villa oasis just minutes to the Beverly Hills Hotel. Extremely rare long gated driveway leads you into stunningly manicured grounds including an outdoor kitchen, inviting backyard with pool/spa and cabana. The interior has been dramatically remodeled and updated with eclectic finishes that can be kept or transformed into your own vision.
Eclectic is definitely one word to describe the mansion, with Twitter users suggesting Beetlejuice, Tim Burton, Willy Wonka, and an evil super villain as inspirations to the inside of a rather unassuming exterior.
Dr Phil’s house looks like if the NRA owned Pier 1 https://t.co/o3wYn0y3du
— Jess Dweck (@TheDweck) January 3, 2020
The house, while purchased by Dr. Phil in 2007, is currently occupied by his son, Jordan McGraw, an aspiring musician, but that hasn’t prevented Dr. Phil from trending on Twitter as people are trying to understand exactly what the goal of the decorations might be.
Dr. Phil’s house looks like if the Temple of Doom had a lobby bar pic.twitter.com/ZORcW8sOTI
— Dan Amira (@DanAmira) January 3, 2020
There’s definitely a lot to take in and the 19 photos in the listing don’t even show the entire house. Besides the prominent snake stairs and rifle wall, the art is worth zooming in to see and the entry way bar is a piece unto itself.
What else could there be hiding behind the doors? And would you keep the snake stairs?