The cheapest house in Australia: “Neat and strong” one-bedroom bungalow comes on the market for less than $ 10,000 – would you live there?
- A one-bedroom bungalow in Hepburn Springs, Victoria is for sale for $ 9,990
- The studio offers a bathroom, a kitchen / dining room and can be dismantled
- The bungalow is also used with water and power connections
A one-bedroom bungalow is already on the market for just $ 9,999.
The quaint studio house in Hepburn Springs, Victoria offers a bathroom, kitchen and “can be used in so many ways.”
The ‘neat and strong’ bungalow can also be dismantled and relocated to be used as an extra room or work space.
A bungalow in Hepburn Springs, Victoria is on the market for just $ 9,990 (photo)
“A bedroom with bathroom and kitchen / dining room, this neat and strong bungalow is perfect for that extra room, office or work space, and is fairly easy to dismantle and move to your property,” the house was described on the realestate.com.
The bungalow is also used with ‘water and sewer connections’ and is only 20m².
“With dimensions of 6.4 m x 3.2 m x 2.6 m high, and built with a full steel frame, outer cement plate, tin roof with fiberglass and silver paper insulation,” the website said.
‘Water, electricity and sewer connections are all ready to leave. The steel and checkerboard stairs are also included. “
The house can be dismantled and used as an additional workspace or study
It includes a bathroom, a bedroom and a kitchen and a dining area
Photos of the studio show a single chair behind a table in the dining room.
The kitchen has a small sink with a microwave on the counter.
Next to the dining room is a small bathroom with shower and toilet.
The house can only be viewed by appointment.
The small studio has water, electricity and sewer connections ‘ready for use’