A "Jurassic Park" house guarded by an array of creatures including dinosaurs and elephants is on sale for just $162,000 (£131,000).

The bizarre property on Bosworth Road in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, comes with huge wood-carved animals in the back and front gardens.

A dinosaur, giraffe and elephant stand guard outside the front door, while a second elephant and giraffe do so around the back.

There is also a second dinosaur-like creature in the living room.

The three bedroom, three bathroom home was built in 1924 and spans 1,624sqft with a garage.

It has only been listed on real estate site Zillow for three days but has already been viewed more than 50,000 times. Almost 1,500 people have saved the listing, meaning that would-be buyers may face some stiff competition.

Its current owners bought the home in 2013 for a mere $59,000 (£47,800) meaning that they've increased the value by 174.6%.

The listing teases an exciting renovation opportunity in the third floor attic, which would be perfect for an "extra room or man cave".

The home has also been fitted with a number of handy features including new windows, custom light fixtures and an access ramp.

The listing reads: "Meticulously maintained Colonial. Beautiful flooring on first floor, solid wood kitchen cabinets, GRANITE countertops and MARBLE backsplash.

"Amazing morning room/breakfast nook off of the kitchen with a full bathroom, formal dining room with oak trim and crown moulding throughout with original built-ins in pristine condition.

"Beautiful fireplace with wood and crown moulded mantel. Upstairs you will find oak hardwood floors throughout and marble in the full bathroom.

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"Third floor can be finished for an extra room or man cave. Upscale and custom light fixtures throughout the home. Newer windows, vinyl siding, ADA access ramp and fenced in yard. Come and see all the beauty this home has to offer."

Images of the home were shared by Instagram page zillowgonewild, which described it as the "New Jurassic Park".

Internet users were quick to share their thoughts on the strange listing in the comments section.

Referring to the Friends palaeontologist, one person joked: "Does Ross Geller live here?"

Another said: "Them: ‘There’s no way you can fit more dinosaurs in the yard.’ Me: ‘You bet Jurassic can.’"

"Dinoeyesore," quipped a third.

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