A man in Austin, Texas has found an interesting hook to sell his home. The listing for his house has the usual information (actually it's maybe a little light on the usual information), but its real selling point is that it has Pokestops. That's right, Pokestops are the new granite countertops.
Pokémon Go has so quickly become a part of the cultural landscape that this house listing is headlining its proximity to Pokestops. It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, 1,328 square feet, and "two Pokestops."
"Great schools, parks, trails, and tons of Pokémon," reads the listing. "Pokestop accessible from inside [the] house and two from backyard." Need proof? There's not proof of the number of rooms in the house on the Craigslist listing, but there are ample screenshots to prove the veracity of the Pokémon claims.