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Some people want to break it like this? The worst houses in Australia listed for sale!

Generally speaking, the houses we see at auctions can be described by words such as "artwork", "high-end luxury" and "one in a hundred". But in Brisbane, a house that is about to go up for sale can only be described as "in disrepair".


It can be seen from its photos that the four words "in disrepair" are already "commendations" for it. From the outside, the most appropriate description of this house should be "it is about to collapse". Its rotten wood, unstable foundation and ragged furniture are all telling outsiders that the house is not worth any money.


So how can this seemingly dilapidated house be listed for sale? It turned out that what the owner was selling was not the house itself, but the prime location here.

It is reported that this house is located at 50 Deighton Rd, Dutton Park. The Brisbane CBD is only 2.5 km away. Gunther Behrendt, a house sales agent, said that he did not prepare any "spoofs" for this house at all, and its geographic location is the biggest selling point.

"I admit that this house is indeed too bad to bear. But as long as you get the approval to demolish the house. You can build your dream house in this prime location. It is the worst house in Australia, yes, but It is also in the best location in Australia."


It is reported that this house will be publicly auctioned on August 8. Currently, the median house price in Dutton Park is $22.

News compiled from "News Limited"


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