This Hawaiian house has a toilet in the worst place imaginable

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: designing a home is truly a subjective effort.

But, while creating a bespoke home from scratch can be an extremely nuanced affair, there are certain standards that all abodes must, or at least should, meet.

You know what we’re talking about, missteps like large rooms with small windows, ornamental balconies that you can’t stand on… those kinds of things should always be avoided.

What lurks around the corner of this room will shock and disgust you. Picture: Compass

A house in Hawaiihowever, mocks these simple design errors and instead comes equipped with a highly questionable interior feature.

There’s no easy way to tell this – the kitchen has a toilet inside.

Not next to the kitchen, or even adjoining it. No, there is a thunder literally inches from the sink and bench where, presumably, the food is supposed to be prepared.

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A toilet… in the middle of a kitchen. Who would do that? And why? Picture: Compass

Ironically, this disturbing residence is located on hospital roadwhich is exactly where you might end up if you ate a meal from here.

Nor is it due to the property’s lack of space, so why was this harrowing design feature allowed to slip out of someone’s nightmarish factory and manifest into reality?

Utility design, smart use of space, a pragmatic approach to building a home is one thing, but the sheer inexplicable logic behind where this toilet is located leaves us baffled.

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The interior design of this house is in the toilet. Literally. Picture: Compass

Of course, the property has certain advantages, such as a large 2347 square meter block, a central location a stone’s throw from downtown Kapa’au, and even an abundance of fruit trees.

Priced at US$725,000 ($965,000), the four-bedroom property could also be seen as good value for money, especially given the skyrocketing home prices in Hawaii these days.

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