A spacious house on 6 acres for sale in Estacada, Oregon, for $965,000 comes with a little bonus friend — an iridescent peacock named Jerry, the listing on Realtor.com says.

Exterior

The four-bedroom, three-bathroom house is a looker, too.

Jerry

Jerry

The 3,194-square-foot residence has some highlights outside of Jerry, including:

Exterior

Exterior

Interior

Interior

The home — and Jerry — caught the attention of the popular social media page Zillow Gone Wild as fans flocked to the comment section to leave their thoughts.

Living room

Living room

“Oh that looks pretty nice,” one person said. “Give me a horse and some oats to feed it and that’s a done deal. That’s a nice piece of land and the inside actually looks pretty good! The emotional support peacock is a plus.”

Dining room

Dining room

“Peacocks are independent birds that live wherever they want,” another commented. “My parent’s neighbors have had them for years.”

“Not using Bigfoot as a realtor was a missed opportunity, IMO,” someone joked.

Kitchen

Kitchen

“How can they leave Jerry behind??” one person asked.

“Worth it just for Jerry,” another said.

Interior

Interior

“Omg, if I were wealthy, I would buy this house in a heartbeat,” someone commented. “Jerry the Peacock would have been the deciding factor!”

Others were quick to point out that peacocks can be rather temperamental.

Bedroom

Bedroom

“Peacocks are jerks. Great guard…birds?” one person asked. “They can also be very, very loud.”

“I love peacocks,” another said. “They are loud and annoying, which is what actually makes me love them.”

Bathroom

Bathroom

“You would have to knock $100k off to leave the peacock,” someone commented. “Those things are annoying.”

My grandpa had wild peacocks on his land when I was a kid,” one person said on Twitter. “This isn’t a perk, it’s a warning.”

Bathroom

Bathroom

Poor Jerry.

Estacada is about 28 miles southeast of Portland.

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