Can you spot what's wrong with this home which could sell for up to $1m?

A home in an affluent Melbourne suburb could fetch up to $1 million but can you spot the feature missing from it?

The two-bedroom home at Albert Park is “enviably” located not far from “Albert Park Village, cafes, the beach, Albert Park Lake, trams and zoned for Albert Park College and Albert Park Primary School” according to its listing from real estate agency Marshall White.

It’s described as a classic single-fronted Victorian brick residence.

Homes in the area have fetched up to $1 million.

This home in Albert Park isn't located too far from cafes and the beach. Source: Marshall White via

However, this home in Albert Park is missing a key feature.

It doesn’t have a bathroom.

The home also doesn’t have a kitchen, but the agent sees these deficiencies as an opportunity.

“Beyond a traditional brick façade, this domain is presented as a blank canvas for you to inject your own style,” the listing reads.

“Currently the home features an arched hallway flowing past two bedrooms to a central living area, with plenty of space for you to construct a brand new luxurious kitchen and bathroom plus ample room to extend if desired.

Inside the two-bedroom home. Source: Marshall White via

“Keen renovators will delight in this entry level opportunity and can be inspired by neighbouring homes that have been beautifully refurbished.”

It’s set to go under the hammer on August 24.

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