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    Victoria: Junk-filled home covered in cobwebs and rubbish sells in record time to a tradesman

    Junk-filled home covered in cobwebs and rubbish sells in record time to an excited tradesman – but can you see why?

    • Home filled with liquor bottles and cartons sold for $52,000 after just two weeks
    • Property is in the rural town of Warracknabeal, 330km north-west of Melbourne 
    • The lucky tradie was one of 12 people who put a bid forward on the fixer-upper

    A home filled with old liquor bottles and cardboard cartons sold for $52,000 after just two weeks on the market.

    The three-bedroom home in Warracknabeal, 330km north-west of Melbourne, is being settled to a tradesman who sees great potential in the property.

    North West Real Estate director John Hadley told The Herald Sun the previous owner ‘threw him the keys’ and asked him to sell it as is.

    The three-bedroom home in Warracknabeal, 330km north-west of Melbourne, is being settled to a tradesman who sees great potential in the property

    Cardboard boxes are piled to window height, empty liquor bottles are scattered throughout the living room and part of the property has separated from the rest of the home

    Cardboard boxes are piled to window height, empty liquor bottles are scattered throughout the living room and part of the property has separated from the rest of the home

    Images showed piles of garbage scattered around the home, uncleaned kitchenware and boarded up windows. 

    Cardboard boxes are piled to window height, empty liquor bottles are scattered throughout the living room and part of the property has separated from the rest of the home.

    Grime, grease and dust is seen in almost every image. 

    ‘We were a bit worried the mess might deter people. A few people walked in and walked straight back out,’ Mr Hadley said.

    ‘We sort of kidded around with it a bit. I joked with some of the buyers saying “how do you like the way we staged it for sale?”.’

    ‘But if you look past all of (the mess), it has good bones and it’s in a good location.’

    North West Real Estate director John Hadley told The Herald Sun the previous owner 'threw him the keys' and asked him to sell it as is

    North West Real Estate director John Hadley told The Herald Sun the previous owner ‘threw him the keys’ and asked him to sell it as is

    He said it was the cheapest property in the area. 

    The lucky tradie who is in the midst of settling on the home was one of 12 people who put a bid forward. 

    Extensive work is needed to areas such as the veranda, the bathroom, lights and back laundry area.

    However, Mr Hadley asserts the fixer-upper would be worth it in the long run.

    He said even cleaning the rubbish, cleaning the home and putting down new carpet would add $10,000 to the property’s value. 

    The lucky tradie who is in the midst of settling on the home was one of 12 people who put a bid forward

    The lucky tradie who is in the midst of settling on the home was one of 12 people who put a bid forward

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