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The Grinch shows off a house in hilarious real estate listing

A real estate team used The Grinch to show off a home for sale in Baltimore, Maryland. See the funny photos!
Don't worry, the Grinch doesn't actually come with the house.Dudley Frank Home Team
/ Source: TODAY

This house listing is going viral thanks to an unexpected helper: the Grinch.

A team of realtors used the character from Dr. Seuss’s “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” to show off some of the features of a row house in Baltimore.

Grinch in real estate listing
Witty real estate agents used the Grinch to help sell a house in Maryland.Dudley Frank Home Team

Christina Dudley of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices PenFed Realty, who co-listed the home with Michael Frank, told TODAY Home they thought using the character would add a little humor to the listing.

“We did the Grinch because it was the holiday season, and Santa would have excluded some people,” she said. “The Grinch is well known and kind of makes everyone laugh.”

The cynical character can be seen sneaking through the remodeled three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom home, causing mischief as only the Grinch could.

You can spot him stealing the Christmas tree and swiping stockings near the entrance of the brick house.

What's cooking, Mr. Grinch?Real Estate Exposures

The Grinch made himself at home, hanging out in the kitchen, taking a shower in the bathroom and even lounging in the bedroom.

Think he's singing "You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch"?Dudley Frank Home Team
Just making himself at home!Dudley Frank Home Team

He also took some time to do a yoga pose and mellow out a little bit.

Namaste in Whoville.Dudley Frank Home Team

He even did a little work in the home office.

We bet he's not writing a letter to Santa.Dudley Frank Home Team

Dudley said this isn’t the first time the team has used characters to help sell a home. Inspired by the famous T-Rex home listing, they recently used Spider-Man and a gigantic unicorn in other listings.

“Obviously no one’s going to buy a house because of a character,” she added. “But it brought tons more exposure to the listing.”

See more of the funny photos at the listing.