Saanich home featured in ‘scary’ listings goes viral with TikTok video – Victoria News

A listing of Saanich homes is getting a lot of attention on social media after being featured in a TikTok video. (Courtesy

Saanich home featured in ‘scary’ listings goes viral with TikTok video

Listed for nearly $800,000, a sale is underway on the Gordon Head home

A Saanich real estate ad is getting a lot of attention on social media.

TikTok user Bobbicurtislee, whose profile is described as ‘Oddities on Elm Street’ posted a video commentary on Saanich’s ‘scary’ list, taking viewers on a 3D walkthrough as she compares home to a horror movie.

Posted on May 16, it has since garnered over 426,000 views (and counting). Comments on the post range from disbelief to others noting the price, such as one user stating “800K for a house in BC? Murder scene or not, it’s theft.

@bobbiecurtislee 2 creepy zillow lists in a row?? I couldn’t help myself 🥲#greenscreen #greenscreenvideo #zillow #horror #wtf #fyp #viral #scary #creepy #scarystories #horrortok #LENOVOJUSTBEYOU ♬ Simple scary horror background music (1070744) – indicator screaming

The Hawthorne Street home in Gordon Head is listed on for $799,900 with a note that it has been sold pending deposit. The 1,876 square foot home was built in 1975 and features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and is steps from Majestic Park. The listing notes that the home is “in dire need of TLC but brimming with potential, this is the perfect opportunity to remodel to your tastes for a family or maybe two.”

The listing also states that the home is sold as is, where is, excluding contents.

The Saanich Police Department has confirmed that they have no record of a home having been the site of a murder.

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