Bleeding Cool ace reporter Gavin Sheehan may not have enjoyed the House of Horrors match that took place between Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt at WWE Payback last weekend, but wrestling fans who are also in the market for a new home may find something to like about it. As reported by The Comeback, Bray Wyatt's House of Horrors is located in Missouri, and it's for sale for the low price of $36,000.
The 2 bedroom, 1 bath home is listed as a "potential Fixer Upper's dream," with such amenities as "water in the basement" due to "the sump pump not being on for several years," and "newer septic." Curiously not mentioned in the description is the room with numerous scary baby dolls wearing King Diamond facepaint hanging from the ceiling, though we suppose if you bring that up, you're going to have to point out that the home will need new kitchen appliances after Bray Wyatt knocked the refrigerator on top of Orton.
But though the home will require some TLC — and we're not talking about tables, ladders, and chairs because the house is sold unfurnished — to get it into move-in shape, it does come with a distinct advantage over all other houses in the entire state of Missouri: the commute to San Jose, CA is under an hour, since Wyatt and Orton were able to drive there from the house before the end of Sunday's PPV.