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‘Unliveable’ house covered in graffiti hits the market for $40,000

PHOTO: An abandoned house (pictured) covered in graffiti in rural Victoria has hit the market for $40,000

  • Abandoned house covered in graffiti in rural Victoria has hit the market for $40K
  • The 1000-metre-square block is in Hopetoun and is dated back to the 1920s
  • Property has had a variety of interest from areas such as Melbourne to Gippsland

An abandoned house covered in graffiti in rural Victoria has hit the market for $40,000, cheaper than most new cars.

The 1000-metre-square block is in Hopetoun, north-west Victoria, and is dated back to the 1920s but ‘has not been lived in for some time’.

NorthWest Real Estate director John Hadley told the Herald Sun the $40,000 property has generated a lot of interest – but is not for the fainthearted.

The 1000-metre-square block is in Hopetoun, north-west Victoria, and is dated back to the 1920s but 'has not been lived in for some time' (pictured, the interior)

The 1000-metre-square block is in Hopetoun, north-west Victoria, and is dated back to the 1920s but ‘has not been lived in for some time’ (pictured, the interior)

There is graffiti calling for ‘peace’ covering the walls, while debris such as a pulled-off car door, and rusted metal items litter the home as well as booze bottles.

‘They make it look easy on the Block so you should be able to renovate this home in about three weeks,’ the advertisement said.

‘Seriously this house needs someone with very good DIY skills to get it back to a livable home.

Mr Hadley admitted the home is ‘unliveable’.

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