New homeowners in Oklahoma uncover concealed shower throughout rest room renovation

(NEXSTAR) – April showers bring… loads of complications for new home owners, evidently.

A pair in Oklahoma not too long ago uncovered a hidden shower stall when renovating the rest room of their new property, but the discovery arrived as fewer of a pleasurable shock and far more of a headache for the to start with-time homebuyers.

TikTok user @Mia_Bug initially documented the locate late final 7 days, in a movie that has due to the fact been considered over 1.6 million times. In the clip, Mia’s husband can be observed standing in what appears to be a half-lavatory, employing a crowbar to pry off section of a wall immediately reverse the toilet. Guiding it, the few finds a shower stall in desperate need to have of restore.

“Renovation finds… why,” Mia captioned the video clip.

In the remarks segment, Mia later explained that she and her spouse TJ had been basically made aware of the sealed-off shower when they acquired the fixer-upper, however they weren’t educated of its condition. Alternatively, the prior home owners only disclosed “a minimal leak” in the shower’s drain pan, Mia claimed.

“The vendor informed us that it was shut off for the reason that [of] a leaking drain pan, and that it was a little repair, was not heading to price tag considerably to repair, but they just did not have the time and vitality to do it, so they lined it up,” Mia stated in a stick to-up video.

Mia and TJ, who procured the property and its half-acre large amount for beneath $150,000, also acknowledged that they envisioned their fixer-upper would have to have serious function, but they ended up nevertheless “annoyed” that the vendor wasn’t much more up-entrance about the house’s affliction.

Viewers on TikTok, in the meantime, ended up equally aghast and amused by the couple’s rather disturbing discovery.

“Someone probably died in there,” joked one particular consumer. “Put it again, it’s haunted.”

“Oh, I can not visualize the scent in there,” yet another said.

One more viewer instructed that Mia and TJ get hold of the former home owner to recoup some of their revenue, but Mia claimed it “isn’t truly worth battling for.”

“The seller did not even deal with what was agreed to in the deal,” she wrote.

In the times given that, Mia has also documented several of the home’s other quirks, including a ceiling fan that won’t shut off, a saloon-fashion rest room door, and a gap in the wall stuffed with “dirty underwear.” For now, she states, correcting these scaled-down projects will acquire priority more than the damaged shower. But she’s even now planning on renovating that lavatory when she receives the dollars.

“There are far more initiatives on the best of our listing right now and minimal resources,” she wrote.

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