A three-bed room hoarder dwelling stuffed with junk could possibly offer for only $1, but the providing estate agent states it will fetch far extra.
The residence, located at 13 Birrellea Avenue, Earlwood in Sydney’s south west, is going less than the hammer on February 13 at 12.30pm.
The homeowners have not set a reserve cost for the auction, indicating it could potentially be sold for as very little as a dollar if there is only one bid.
‘This 3 bedroom Californian bungalow is in require of a complete transformation,’ the listing claims.
‘Double brick all over and with robust foundations, it will be presented with NO RESERVE from the outset. This property WILL be bought.’
But selling agent Dean Vasil reported he expected fierce bidding at the auction and the property would fetch far far more.
‘The interest has been so solid I am having difficulties to continue to keep up with the calls,’ he told realestate.com.au.
Mr Vasil expects the household to go for at least $1.1 million and $1.2 million.
‘This is going to be a legitimate reflection of the place the sector is at the second as they will not be guided at all,’ he reported.
‘There are definitely people today hoping to get it on the much less expensive side, but they will deal with a great deal of level of competition.’
Images show abandoned home furnishings in the front and back again gardens and stacks of dirty pots and pans covering all bench tops in the kitchen.
Exterior on the patio there are boxes stacked all the way up to the ceiling, identical to the rooms inside.
Mr Vasil having said that stated that hunting earlier all the garbage and junk, the house is truly a ‘fantastic three-bedroom bungalow’.
Sitting on 518m2 the residence is perfect for a youthful relatives on the lookout for a effortless position to are living, in accordance to the listing.
The household has 3 bedrooms, a person rest room and a auto space.
It is also situated shut to well-liked cafes and dining places with easy entry to general public transportation.
The dwelling can even be wholly demolished, subject matter to council acceptance, for the new owners to build their desire house.