A four-bedroom home in an enviable location on NSW’s Central Coast is selling with a price guide of just $490,000, and one big catch.
The Tuggerawong home will be sold at auction on Saturday, September 9, but the successful bidder must take it “as is”.
Despite a nicely manicured exterior, the inside of 23 Warner Ave is packed floor to ceiling with items belonging to the previous owner, who died in the home from natural causes.
While being an absolute bargain, any dreams of inhabiting the home will require copious amounts of elbow grease.
“The property is being sold as you see it. All of the items except for the car at the front will be coming with it,” real estate agent Damian Montgomery said in a video.
An expansive deck situated at the front of the home is piled high with discarded milk crates, chairs and the odd rubber boot.
“Now it is a deceased estate, the person did pass away in the property,” Mr Montgomery said.
A neat freak’s nightmare, every room in the home is littered with rubbish, furniture and other items.
Doors to some rooms stand ajar, seemingly unable to open all the way, while behind them boxes are piled up to the ceiling.
Despite boasting a sizeable and tidy backyard, the lakeside home’s garage is also packed with the late owner’s belongings.
The median house price in the picturesque town, located 90km north of Sydney and 55km south of Newcastle, is more than $800,000.
As a result, the 696sq m block could be considered a real steal.
As its online advertisement reads, the house represents a rare opportunity to turn a lot of “hard work” into some “real $$$”.
Inspections will run at the deceased estate from 10am on Saturday, with the property going to auction at 10.30am.