A woman selling her house decided to sing about it in a karaoke version of 'Never Ending Story'
- A woman selling her house made a video singing about it to the tune of "Never Ending Story."
- "The never ending property" has attracted attention on social media.
The property listing looks utterly unremarkable, with 25 pictures of a large home near Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire, just north of London.
The post on Rightmove also has a video in which the owner extols the virtues of her home in a bid to convince someone to buy it – or at least come and have a look.
However, for reasons we may never know the answer to, she decided to sing about her "never ending property" to the tune of Limahl's "Never Ending Story," the title song from the 1984 film.
The woman, whose vocal abilities might not see her progress pass the first round on a show like "The X-Factor," opens with "This old house – there's so much here to see."
She goes on to mention some of the property's features, such as solar panels and air conditioning, before adding that "there is so much you can do" while appearing in the dog grooming room. It could be used to operate a dog grooming business like her own, the woman sings.
The room is just one feature of the home, which has five bedrooms, three bathrooms, an office, large garden with hot tub, double garage, and can be yours for £700,000 ($855,000). The price was reduced on March 22, per the listing.
A Twitter user, who shared the listing on Friday, simply tweeted: "Oh my god. The video."
Her post garnered mixed opinions."This is extraordinary," one user responded, while another said: "I wanted to stop watching ... I tried hard to convince myself to stop watching ... but I carried on right to the end."
Take a look at the video for yourself:
The agency listing the property, Just-Knock, didn't immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider.
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