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I'm particularly smitten with the creative aluminum foil wall paper in the kitchen.
What is that sign in the front yard? Could it REALLY be a security alarm sign? That would be particularly humorous in my world.Yeah, this property screams "cash stuffed in the pillowcases..." C'mon people!
You know, the colors can be painted over easily (ok, except that one black kitchen wall) but that mold? Wow, that is going to take a LOT of work to remove it.:-(
I agree with the listing - it needs a complete teardown - FAST!!! I do have a question: How does that styrofoam fireplace in your first picture work?
Please make it stoooooooooop!!! Thank goodness there is a patio to escape the moldy goodness that is this house. Uh, wait-- the yard is 100% dead, which is what this house needs to be. RIP, stain o'the earth. Going to take a shower with bleach now; thanks for that!
That's not mold, silly. You know what happens to your highlighter when you run over some still-wet black ink...
First of all, as a law student, I use enough highlighters to paint my house.Second, I find it ironic that their is more "growth" inside than outside (mold v. the lawn).
Have they wallpapered their kitchen cupboards or is that just bizarre formica?
All this house needs is a nice large box of matches...
My friends and I have discovered an unwritten rule of evil real estate. Just before a house is torn down, somebody paints it a hideous color of green. Really. Usually it's a variant of 1950's "seafoam" green, but (as this house illustrates) almost any "hazard green" color will do.Nobody ever tells them "Warn people by painting it green." But it happens.Evil green = "This house is condemned."Try it and see.
Nothing like 'Pepto-Bismol' pink to 'highlight' the lovely shades of mold growth! At least it's listed for under 100-grand!
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