‘Secret Room’ in Couple’s House Accessible Only via Ladder Stuns Internet

Footage revealing a couple’s “secret room” in their home that can only be accessed via a ladder has gone viral since it was shared on social media.

In a TikTok video, user thewynhome, from Austin, Texas, explained that they had a “secret room” in their house.

Stock image of a house
Stock image of a house. The secret room had a glorious view of the neighborhood.

Real estate market company Zillow said the 2022 median home price in Austin will be $625,705, a 5.5 percent increase over 2021.

According to insurance comparison website The Zebra, the average US home price in 2022 will be $348,079. Hawaii is listed as the most expensive state to buy a home in, while West Virginia is the most affordable.

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The video begins by showing a room above a door near the front of the house that required a ladder to get to.

The captions shared in the video read: “Our house has this ‘secret room’ we wanted to check out. So we bought a ladder at HD (Home Depot) on Black Friday.

“I got over my anxiety going up a ladder and just kept climbing. Finally, I’m up here with a small, cozy room with [a] a beautiful sight.

Although the room was bare, there was enough space upstairs to create a separate area for guests.

The TikTok user admitted she was hesitant to go down the ladder, adding: “I was so scared about the climbing down part.”

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Since it was shared on Sunday, November 27, the clip has been viewed more than 7 million times and attracted 632,700 likes.

The vast majority of people who commented on the video wrote that the space could be a great place to store Christmas decorations or gifts, while others believed it would be a cozy room to share with friends.

Sakura101113 wrote: “A good place to put a Christmas tree and a little Christmas display,” and Kari Gates added: “That’s how you hide all the Christmas presents before you wrap them.”

Audrey Lousy said: “Make a cozy hideaway for your friends to watch Netflix and relax.”

But TikTok user Ganjoo took issue with the room being billed as a “secret” space and posted: “That secret room isn’t secret, it’s literally okay to see.”

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News Week has reached out to TikToker thewynhome for comment.

There have been other cases where houses have gone viral on TikTok, due to their unique vibes.

Alex Quandt, of Cleveland, spent $5,000 to transform her house straight out of the 70s.

The town is mostly filled with different shades of brown, orange, yellow and green, as well as warm tones and bold floral prints.

She told before News Week: “I’ve always felt connected to the use of warm tones in the 1970s and the fact that decor from that era wasn’t taken too seriously. It’s cozy and layered and feels lived in.”


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