Dr. Phil’s House Is Going Viral on Twitter, and You Have to See Inside

published Jan 3, 2020
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Dr. Phil McGraw is making headlines, and it’s not exactly for a reason you would expect. The talk show host just listed his five-bed, six-bath Beverly Hills estate for $5.75 million, and one look at the elaborate property might be quite a shock. The colorful home, which has a dining room that looks like an armory and a metallic, snake-clad stairwell, is actually where Dr. Phil’s son Jordan lives. The home is owned by Dr. Phil’s family trust, but reps for the family told the Los Angeles Times that it’s Jordan’s home, which may explain some of the… decor themes, which look like if Guy Fieri and Ed Hardy had a baby. Let’s explore, shall we?

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Measuring 6,170 square feet according to the listing on Realtor.com, the property is just around the corner from the Beverly Hills Hotel and explodes with color, character, and just plain question marks. Step inside to the entryway, where a hanging chair sits opposite of a piece of art emblazoned with the F-word in the middle. The two-story great room is loaded with colorful decor, like the massive chandelier that appears to be dripping silver chains. A sprawling staircase that cascades upward to the window-filled rotunda looks as if it’s made of metallic snakes, each hanging down and waiting to eat your soul. A large bar area anchors the room, where we’re guessing a few Red Bull and Vodkas have been served. Upstairs, a large billiards room with intricate detailing has a unique bright blue floor. The master suite is also upstairs, and it features a stunning private balcony that looks out on the rolling lawns of the half-acre grounds.

Back on the first floor, the dining room is filled with oversized bear figurines and a wall of guns gingerly placed as if they were Hummel dolls in your Aunt Susan’s house. (The LA Times reports that the family rep said it’s actually an “anti-gun art installation.”) The spacious living room features large glass doors that open outside, and a variety of comfortable spots to entertain guests. There’s also a comfy family room, complete with cabinetry that is illuminated with neon lights and huge built-ins, perfect for enjoying a movie with family, or blasting music like you’re up in da club. Tucked up a long drive for the ultimate privacy, the estate also has a backyard that serves as a peaceful sanctuary. There’s a sparkling swimming pool and spa, outdoor kitchen and entertaining area, and a cozy fireplace, perfect for enjoying backyard barbecues.

Naturally, the interwebs were on fire with people entranced by the McGraw mansion. Here are tweets from some readers who were just a shocked by the colorful estate as we were: