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Dr. Phil's son's interesting mansion up for sale

Posted at 11:44 AM, Jan 03, 2020

A home in Beverly Hills featuring a wall of guns, bear statuettes and some angry stuffed anime figures just hit the market.

The son of Dr. Phil McGraw, 33-year old Jordan McGraw, is selling his unusually decorated home for $5.75 million.

The 6,100-square foot home with five bedrooms and six bathrooms includes a staircase railing made from fake wooden branches and a black-and-white checkerboard ceiling in the lobby.

The dining room has an art installation that has melted guns and rifles covering much of a wall.

The entryway boasts a hanging chair and throughout the home you can find a few angry stuffed anime figures.

A spokesperson for the Dr. Phil show tells CNN that the property is held in the McGraw family trust, irrevocably.

In 2019, McGraw toured with the Jonas Brothers as their opening act.