Wow. This photo of an incomplete toilet on an unfinished floor in a darkened room tells us so much about the home being offered for sale. I’m so glad the listing agent chose to feature this particular aspect of the home.
Also included in this fine listing: An awesome barn that’s totally not about to fall over:
I don’t think you got a close enough look at the barn. Let’s go to the next photo:
Still not sold yet? But wait, there’s more! We’ll also throw in… mud!
“But what about the house?”
Let’s just say it… needs some work.
At least you can see the bones and know what you’re getting. So…
A) I could do something with an unfinished house…
B) But not at $300G.
Looking at some of those photos, the bones still need plenty of work before you put on some skin. Fuhgeddaboudit!
– A foreclosed on, unfinished house… Um, no.
– For $300K? Oh Hell No.
– With a toilet that’s scarier looking than an electric chair? Run Away, Run Away, Run Away!!!
Further confusion… the listing says the structure was built in 1920 and renovated in 2000… Wait, what?
On the upside, you’ve got ready made “distressed wood” on-site for tres chic interiors. :|
@Emerald63: Perhaps they refer to the barn having been built in 1920? After all, they could have hung the wreath and planted that now-dead vine in 2000 – or made other favorable improvements inside that we just can’t spot through the gaps left by the missing boards. Could be quite the place, in there.
@Anodean: Let’s not forget the lovely decorative alga growing on the exterior. No need to even paint the distressed wood! And you’re right about the interior – for all we know it’s actually a secret lair akin to one of Austin Powers’ retreats. ;)