A house missing two key rooms has hit the market for what some may consider to be a staggering price.
The weatherboard at 1 George Street in Spotswood, Victoria, has a price guide of $1.6 million, but it comes without a kitchen or bathroom.
Listed by Hunter French Real Estate, the suburban Melbourne property is an “existing period home” that’s situated on a 500-square-metre block.
Fans of home renovation series The Blocks may be keen to snap up this fixer-upper that the agent says is “ideally suited for a sassy renovation”.
1 George Street, Spotwood, Victoria
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“The home has no kitchen or bathroom and will require substantial works to be ready for occupation,” the listing says.
Agent Michael Tsigeridis tells nine that he’s element why the rear section of the home was removed. He can only assume it was an attempt to renovate, with the project later abandoned.
Photos on the listing only show the home’s exterior, including a long path that leads to a shed and a decent-sized backyard.
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While there are no interior shots, there is a floor plan layout and a brief description of the space such as the 13-foot ceiling, ornate cornices and three brick open fireplaces.
Spotswood is an inner-city suburb of Melbourne and is within 10 kilometers of the CBD.
The area is perfect for a growing family with it situated close to schools, shops and leisure activities.
Domain’s latest data reveals the median price for a three-bedroom home in Spotswood is $1.17 million.