Cairns property listing shocks with stark description of property as a warzone bunker
- House ransacked by a real estate ad
- The listing describes the house as a ‘warzone bunker’
- Two bedroom apartment on the market for $250,000
Homebuyers have been shocked by a harshly honest listing of a property described in the ad as a ‘warzone bunker’ by a real estate agency.
The wild advert promoted an apartment in Manunda, south west of Cairns, which is for sale.
Rent Better, an online investment property agency, has released the unusually honest listing of the Far North Queensland home.
A house in North Queensland has been described as a ‘warzone bunker’ after an investment property firm published a brutally honest listing of the house
The non-prisoner list says the home buyer will be entitled to “free performances” of “screaming and fighting residents.”
It also states that the house provides an excellent vantage point for a tenant to “watch over a huge balcony with an unobstructed view of the battlefield (sic)”.
The stark listing then included another selling point of the house: “territorial marking on the stairwell.”
It is understood that the marking refers to urine.
Daily Mail Australia is contacting Rent Better for comment.
The two-bedroom, one-bathroom home is being sold for $250,000.
The house in Manunda, southwest of Cairns, is being sold for $250,000 and according to Rent Better’s property listing, tenants will be treated as “free representations” of neighbours.
The property sits on 59 square meters of land and includes space for one car.
THE property The agency describes itself as a “leading disruptor in the Australian property and residential market”, according to its website.
The listing also says the home includes “artwork” in the property’s parking lot, better known as graffiti.
“You wouldn’t want to live there yourself, but the return on investment is good,” the listing continues.
“Who knows what the future holds – maybe some foreign power will take over this cursed place and apply a rule of law to ALL the inhabitants.”
A Cairns resident who was looking for a house to buy in the area said Yahoo News she was left speechless by the announcement.
“I was looking on realeastate.com.au and came across it and literally couldn’t believe what I read,” she said.
Despite the real estate agency’s review of the house, Manunda’s houses and apartments are being bought up by eager buyers.
“I thought it was hilarious and had to share it.”
According to real estate website Domainthe median price for a two-bedroom unit in Manunda is $212,000.
The median price of a house is $450,000 with 59 houses available for sale on the real estate market.
Fifty-one homes were sold last year.