Man Uploaded A Picture Of House And Internet Noticed Something Shocking 

Is this what you call a design-fail?      

Man Uploaded A Picture Of House And Internet Noticed Something Shocking 
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Before the world wide web came into being, your stories with the outside world have been a real challenge. But now, the internet has brought the world together and made it a lot easier to spread your thoughts. Since its inception, a lot of things, ideas, and memes went viral over the internet.  

There are many platforms, or communities, where people share their stories for other fellow netizens to see and enjoy. Reddit is one such community where people interact with each other through posts and comments. 

A photo was shared on Reddit that was engaging everyone, and no one could figure out what's wrong with the picture. You might be thinking why? Well, a Redditer noticed something unexpected in a model home in South Carolina.  

He was so amazed by what he saw that he uploaded a photo on the internet. The picture went viral and the whole world was stunned.   

Can you tell us what is wrong with this picture down here?        

Something fishy.

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The mind-boggling picture of the house, which had gone viral on the internet.

Can you figure out what's wrong here?  

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"They had one job."

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Redditer Liquidthc posted it with the caption, "They had one job."  

Let's look closer.

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The driveway doesn't lead to the garage, it leads to the side of the house. Did you see it now?

Confusion!

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Yes, it's strange to see a garage that's totally inaccessible from the streets. It absolutely defeats the whole purpose, don't you think?   

Major design fault.

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While many users claimed that the driveway-garage fault is a "design fail", another user said, "The driveway as shown in this picture acts as a parking lot for patrons and sales employees and the garage acts as the sales office. Once the neighborhood is sold out they will sell the model and reconfigure the house to the 'correct' way."    

An experienced real estate agent gives his view on this picture. 

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TL DR, a real estate appraiser, said, "A Model Home showcase available finishes and upgrades. Having such an error would render the buyer unable to obtain finances until it was fixed. This will leave the buyers hesitant in buying the property and it reveals incompetence of builders."  

I know this sounds a bit strange. 

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Some people commented, "It's a demo home. You park on the side, walk in by the front door, the builder's offices are usually in the garage. It's an example of what the homes in that neighborhood look like."
So is this intentional or a mistake? Let us know what you think about it.    

Do you think it is a tolerable mistake?