Video: Take a look inside Austria’s upside-down house

Gaby Leslie

This quirky house may look like it has been plucked from Disney Pixar film 'Up', but it has become quite the tourist attraction in a quaint Austrian village

From the bathroom to the toilet, every inch of the bizarre residence has been wowing visitors because the whole thing has been constructed upside-down.

The curious property, which has been built in a topsy-turvy manner both inside and out, certainly sticks out in Terfens-Vomperbach, Tyrol, Western Austria.

Polish architects Marek Rozhanski and Irek Glowacki spent eight months building and furnishing the wacky creation.

Even a life-size VW Beetle has been painstakingly installed onto the ceiling.

Video footage, which showcases the house in all its glory, is so much like an illusion that visitors appear as though they are walking while standing on their heads.

The country hopes to boost tourism in the village with the opening of the architectural oddity.

Fortunately for visitors, the toilet has no running water.