PHOTO: There is a massive backyard with three sheds which could be perfect for tradesmen or keen gardeners
- ‘Unliveable’ home located at 13 Alfred Street Marrickville in Sydney’s inner west
- It is partially demolished, holes in the walls, floorboards pulled out and graffiti
- Was listed for sale at $1.895million after fetching $1.74million in February 2020
A ‘completely unliveable’ house tagged with graffiti has hit the market and is expected to fetch a whopping $2million.
The three-bedroom home located at 13 Alfred Street Marrickville in Sydney’s inner west sits on a 563sqm plot with stunning views of Cooks River.
But the house is unliveable due to it being partially demolished, with holes in the walls, floorboards pulled out, paint peeling off the wall and the graffiti tags outside.
The three-bedroom home is located at 13 Alfred Street Marrickville in Sydney’s inner west and is ‘unliveable’ (pictured)
The house is partially demolished with floorboards pulled out, holes in the walls and paint peeling off
Listed for $1.9million, the owner is a developer and had scooped the property back in February 2020 for $1.74million.
Subject to local council approval, the dilapidated home can be redeveloped into a single residential house.
‘The vendor is a developer and they’ve gone ahead to get DA plans finalised,’ agent Simon Pilcher of Pilcher Residential told Domain.
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