A Sydney home, that is missing a large chunk of its roof due to fire damage, has sold for nearly $1 million at auction.
The three-bedroom home at 51 Brisbane Rd in St Johns Park in Sydney’s west sold for $965,000 in September.
At first glance at the initial images on the property’s listing, the home looks conventional and ready to move into.
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However, one detail of the home cannot be missed upon further inspection.
But upon further inspection, it becomes apparent that a fire has left a large portion of the home missing its roof.
Incredible images also reveal a badly damaged kitchen, with debris strewn across the room.
Parts of the wall and tiling have also been torn apart, while a destroyed cabinet is shown underneath the exposed beams of the home’s ceiling.
At first the home appears conventional and ready to move into. Credit: Blaze Real Estate However, a large portion of the home – including the kitchen – is missing its roof after a fire. Credit: Blaze Real Estate
But, Blaze Real Estate describes the home as one that offers “endless possibilities” with the potential to transform it into the “perfect family home or investment property”.
One of the main selling points of the property, according to the listing, is its location in a thriving suburb in western Sydney.
The home is also situated close to local schools, parks, shops, and public transport.
The property listing received a different reception online, where several people described it as a “warzone”.
A Reddit user joked the property had “a lot of natural light”.
The median house price for a three-bedroom home in St Johns Park is $1.04 million.
7NEWS.com.au has contacted Blaze Real Estate for further information.