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Dilapidated home that’s too hazardous for anyone to enter for showings hits market for $330,000

Dilapidated home that’s too hazardous for anyone to enter for showings hits market for $330,000 and has 17 OFFERS

  • The three-bedroom home located in Bothell needs at least $100,000 in repairs 
  • Home reportedly has water damage and is filled with trash left by the owner
  • Despite its condition, the home has 17 offers since hitting market five days ago  

A dilapidated Washington state home that hit the market for $330,000 and is too dangerous for anyone to enter for showings has received 17 offers in just five days. 

According to The Seattle Times, the three-bedroom home, located at 2502 166th Place S.E. in Bothell, needs at least $100,000 in repairs. 

The photo provided by real estate company, Compass, barely shows the front of the home, which is hidden by trees.   

A dilapidated Washington state home (pictured) that hit the market for $330,000 and is too dangerous for anyone to enter for showings has received 17 offers in just five days

An aerial photo shows the home sits at the end of a cul-de-sac next to larger homes in the area. 

But the residence apparently has water damage and is filled with trash left by the owner. 

The home’s condition is so bad that real estate agents aren’t even allowed to show it due to hazardous conditions. 

Despite the lack of photos, the home has 17 offers since hitting the market on Wednesday.  

‘I wouldn’t have anticipated this number of offers on this home at this time of year,’ listing agent Sam Forselius told the Seattle Times. 

Forselius said the property is in the process of foreclosure, and the owner’s guardian was motivated to move quickly on the sale. 

One bidder offered $10,000 over the asking price, but their offer was ranked eighth and it was ultimately rejected. 

According to Zillow, other homes in the area sell for about $620,700.

One bidder offered $10,000 over the asking price for the home (left), but their offer was ranked eighth and it was ultimately rejected

One bidder offered $10,000 over the asking price for the home (left), but their offer was ranked eighth and it was ultimately rejected

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