This Mississauga, Ontario home filled with garbage sells for $1 million

A detached home in Toronto home that seems to have also doubled as a garbage dump for several decades, recently sold for $1 million.

In fact, the inside of the home is so unsanitary that its listing agent has deemed it “unsafe to show” to potential buyers.

Oh, and the house was only on the market for four days — welcome to the GTA’s housing market.

“Property in very poor condition. Unsafe to show, showing only from outside,” reads the listing “Property sold as is, where is… All utilities on the property [have] been disconnected.”

The final sale price for the home located at 4200 Perivale Road in Mississauga came to an astounding $995,000 — a number that was actually $56,000 over its asking price. Further, the two-storey detached home’s original listing price was $899,999, indicating there was a bidding war or that the seller decided their garbage dump of a home was actually worth more money than they originally assumed.

The home itself looks like a pure teardown job given its current state. Every single corner of the house seems to be covered with objects ranging from old newspapers to Rice Krispies and what seems just to be straight-up garbage.

There also seems to be significant structural damage to the house, with insulation falling from the ceiling and an abundance of black mould.

Below are a few pictures of the rather terrifying looking home:


Source: Zolo Via: blogTO 

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