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The derelict house on 97 St Vincent St in Albert Park, about 20 km from the CBD of Melbourne, was auctioned on September 21.

Buyer, beware: House has been dropped so that potential buyers have been warned not to take their children to inspections – but it will still cost you $ 850,000

  • A house is listed for auction in the most sought after suburb of Melbourne
  • The property is so dilapidated that buyers do not want to enter the house
  • The two-bedroom house is built on 91 m² of land and has been vacant for a while
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An estimated $ 850,000 real estate in Melbourne has expired so that potential home buyers have been warned to leave their children at home and not to take it to inspections.

The derelict house on 97 St Vincent St in Albert Park, about 20 km from the CBD of Melbourne, was auctioned on September 21.

The two-bedroom house is built on 91 m² of land and has been empty for the past six months.

& # 39; Please note that the house is not habitable and due to the expired condition of the house, we recommend that children do not attend the inspection, & # 39; read the offer from broker Hocking Stuart.

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The derelict house on 97 St Vincent St in Albert Park, about 20 km from the CBD of Melbourne, was auctioned on September 21.

The derelict house on 97 St Vincent St in Albert Park, about 20 km from the CBD of Melbourne, was auctioned on September 21.

Potential home buyers have been warned not to have their children inspected

Potential home buyers have been warned not to have their children inspected

Potential home buyers have been warned not to have their children inspected

Hocking Stuart Albert Park director David Wood said the property is in a fairly rough state and nobody wants to enter.

& # 39; The gentleman who owned it didn't do much maintenance on it, it's uninhabitable & # 39 ;, Wood said. realestate.com.au.

& # 39; It's not for the faint hearted, it needs a serious renovator or home builder. & # 39;

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The inside photos of the house are not available.

The agency expects the derelict house to reach between $ 800,000 and $ 850,000, as the property is in a much sought-after suburb.

An adjacent property, 95 St Vincent St, recently sold for $ 855,000, but it was livable.

Recent CoreLogic data shows that the median house price in Albert Park is $ 1.74 million.

The accommodation can be inspected on 14 and 18 September.

The two-bedroom house is built on 91 m² of land and has been empty for the past six months
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The two-bedroom house is built on 91 m² of land and has been empty for the past six months

The two-bedroom house is built on 91 m² of land and has been empty for the past six months

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