A home for sale is so decrepit and unsafe that only "drive-by" inspections are allowed.
The four-bedroom, one-bathroom house at 78 Alfred Street in Sydney's Annandale has a collapsed roof among other health hazards, and is being marketed as land value only.
Listed by Michael White and Arden Savio of BresicWhitney Inner West, the property is going to auction on September 30. The agents are unable to provide a price guide.
However, they do suggest on the listing that 78 Alfred Street is an ideal "knockdown and rebuild site" and just a short walk to the heart of up-and-coming Annandale.
Due to the property's dilapidated state, prospective buyers must register their interest for a "drive-by" inspection.
Listing photos reveal a collapsed roof with missing tiles, the front door completely off its hinges, a basic wire gate on an angle and tarpaulin covering numerous boxes of clothing.
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The rear windows are boarded up and the back deck has completely collapsed.
Overgrown weeds feature in the backyard along with pet carriers and fence palings.
No interior shots are shown and the floorplan simply states it's a "dilapidated structure".
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The property is being marketed as "land value only" with 221 square metres available on a quiet corner block.
Agents suggest the structure could be knocked down to make way for a dream home, subject to council approval.
Annandale is a suburb in Sydney's Inner West, within 5km of the CBD. It's an area emerging with trendy eateries and shops and has a median house price of $1,975,000.
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