This 'rundown' house with no bathrooms is on sale for nearly $600,000

A “run-down” house with a collapsing roof and a “missing bathroom” is hitting the market...for nearly $600,000, leaving the internet with all kinds of questions.The home is located in Waterloo, a developing residential area in Sydney, Australia.While the location may be ideal, the building itself is admittedly “not for the faint-hearted”.The three-bedroom home currently has “no indoor bathroom” but is expected to sell...for around $800,000 Australian dollars ($560,000 USD).The listing admits the unit is in a “derelict state” and is “completely unlivable” in its current condition.but it also presents the home as the “ultimate fixer-upper”.The house does seem to have several redeeming qualities, though.According to the listing, it’s located in a row of historic 19th-century houses.and the building itself dates back to the 1880s

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