When somebody tells us that they’ve seen Bigfoot, we’re likely to wave it off as something that never happened. However, Bigfoot’s been spotted in an unusual place—in the photos of a house listed for sale in Felton, California.
Why is Bigfoot looking to move away from California’s redwood forests? Where is it planning to go next? We have so many questions! And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. In the photos, Bigfoot is baking cookies, doing yoga, chilling and reading books, video calling their friend, gardening, crafting something with power tools, and in one pic it’s even wearing a face mask.
This is either genius-level marketing or Bigfoot’s actually real and it’s been hiding under our noses this entire time. (If I were Bigfoot and I wanted to keep my existence secret, I’d post photos of myself online, too, because this way I’d know for sure that nobody would believe I’m real.)
Bigfoot’s selling its home in California
Image credits: zillow
The house is surrounded by trees and looks gorgeous
The real estate listing has photos of Bigfoot doing lots of everyday things like reading books…
Image credits: Zillow
…and reading even more books. He’s not a Sasquatch but a Smartsquatch
Here’s Bigfoot video-calling their friend
And here’s the Sasquatch doing Yoga. We should all remember to move more during the quarantine
Bigfoot loves gardening
The house has five bedrooms and three bathrooms and is on the market for just shy of a million bucks—you can buy it for 999k dollars. So if you’re a fan of Bigfoot and recently won the lottery, this might be the dream home for you. The house was built in 1939 but you wouldn’t know it: it’s been renovated and modernized. It’s full of light, it has plenty of wood features, and the walls are painted white and with a soft grayish-brown pastel color.
The 1872-square-foot (nearly 174-square-meter) property is also surrounded by trees, so it’s great for nature lovers.
This isn’t the first time that Bigfoot’s been spotted trying to sell properties. Bigfoot also appeared in 2019’s listing of a house in Ravenna, Ohio. That particular house has already been sold.
Realtor Shauna Bailey was the listing agent and she had bought the Bigfoot costume for Halloween and intended to use it to get some attention for the property. The house owners were all up for using the costume to promote the listing.