This Nashville House On “Property Brothers” Had a Really Bizarre (and Gross) Feature

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If you’ve ever watched an episode of “Property Brothers” (or any house-flipping show for that matter), you know that people do some seriously crazy things to their homes.

In one of their latest episodes, Jonathan and Drew Scott were helping a woman find a new home in Nashville, Tennessee when they discovered a poop oven. The house, which they lovingly renamed “The Dungalow,” had a pizza oven in the backyard that was made of recycled manure.


Oddly enough, this didn’t sway the potential buyer away, and she got the 955-square-foot house for $289,900, its full listing price.

But of course, they got rid of the poop oven first.

The house ended up having a lot of other issues, too– for starters, there were a bunch of dead birds in the walls, and Jonathan finds out that the house is held up by fireplace logs. The Scott Brothers ended up having to spend $120,000 on renovations for the home, which was actually $100 under their budget.

Pretty good considering the whole poop oven thing.

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