Dr. Phil's $5.75 Million Mansion Is Up for Sale and People Can't Stop Talking About It


There are a few features found inside Dr. Phil’s home that are making people’s jaw drop.

From the guns in the dining to the staircase made of metal snakes, this home is catching the attention of many.

Photo credit Billy Dolan of Hilton & Hyland

The Los Angeles Times reported that records state the property was bought in 2007 by a family trust tied to the host. His full name is Phillip McGraw, who most know as Dr. Phil.

Hilton and Hyland, a luxury real estate brokerage, confirmed to RADIO.COM that his son Jordan McGraw lives in the home.

The house is now listed for sale and is sparking confusion amongst many after the LA Times released the photos online.

Photo credit Billy Dolan of Hilton & Hyland

In the home, the living space has a dining gazebo with chandeliers, as well as a fireplace. In the back you can find a patio that surrounds a swimming pool and spa.

Photo credit Billy Dolan of Hilton & Hyland

As that may seem normal for a mansion, social media users commented about the dining room. Black and gray shades fill the room as a wall of guns can be seen on the wall.

The family told the LA Times that the guns on the wall are an “anti-gun art installation.”

The master suite sits upstairs, and is one five bedrooms and six bathrooms in the home.

The living room is decked out with skateboards, a pop art drawing of Darth Vader and bear statues.

Fans were quick to notice the home as photos surfaced the internet. "Somehow it makes sense that Dr. Phil’s house is like if h--- had a Cheesecake Factory," one Twitter user wrote.

"This is inside Dr. Phil’s house, which is disturbing on many levels," another user commented.

To see more of the photos, you can click here to see the Hilton & Hyland website.

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