March 5, 2021 | 7:06pm | Updated March 5, 2021 | 7:06pm

If you’ve always dreamed of an open-concept toilet, this house is for you.

A Boston home for sale on Zillow that appears to be normal and quaint is actually anything but.

The newly renovated four-bedroom, three-bathroom property — in foreclosure — is listed at a whopping $899,000. However, one of the bathroom layouts is pretty crappy.

It starts the moment you walk through the front door, where a bathroom is on the left side of the open-concept space.

Although the listing states three full bathrooms, this bathroom is missing one main component: a wall.

Photos of the property were first shared by the Instagram account Zillow Gone Wild, and social media immediately labeled it a “nightmare.” 

Aerial view of the home.
Aerial view of the home.
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The very exposed bathroom.
The very exposed bathroom.
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The bathroom is located as soon as you walk into the condo.
The bathroom is in the entry of the house.
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“Do we have to be open about EVERYTHING these days??” one Instagram user said. 

“Those glass walls really be doing the most for your privacy,” another joked.

“This is literally what I have recurring nightmares about,” one person wrote, while another called it a “freakshow.”

Built in 1910, the two-story home spans 2,000 square feet.

The home is made up of three
The home is made up of three “full” bathrooms.
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Social media users are horrified the bathroom is missing a wall.
Social media users are horrified the bathroom is missing walls.
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While the rest of the house seems pretty normal, with modern renovations and pristine hardwood floors, the bathroom scenario is pretty hard to overlook. 

“Gotta love the clear glass between the shower and toilet, but frosted glass between the toilet and sink,” someone quipped.  

The newly renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances.
The newly renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances.
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The open-floor living area.
The open-floor living area.
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This isn’t the only home up for sale with some questionable features.

A Lake Tahoe, California, home made the rounds on social media thanks to the creepy mannequins placed in every room. There was also a Kentucky home that was missing a bathtub in its entirety.

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And, as New Yorkers know, it’s not uncommon to find a tub in a kitchen in the Big Apple.