A couple months ago, we ran you through the worst (or best) property listings in Australia. From flashy to classy to trashy, there were some real gems in there—but the feedback we received was loud and clear: just show us the REALLY bad ones.
This, it seemed, stemmed from people's fascination (or perhaps disdain) of the notorious kitchen toilet:
Apparently a bathroom/kitchen hybrid isn't as uncommon as you think ... given we immediately found another example posted to realestate.com.au.
The build of flammable gasses surely can't be OHS approved.
With this in mind, we once again scoured the internet—this time only for the VERY worst listings we could find. We soon discovered an entire website dedicated to our cause: http://terriblerealestateagentphotos.com/
This site truly is a treasure trove of questionable photos (and amazing captions), so we decided to pick 13 of our favourites. Brace yourself for a hilarious—and often times disturbing—journey through the worst real estate listing photos ever.
1) An interesting colour scheme, more often associated with nuclear warning systems
2) Buyers are advised to leave the fridge right where it is
3) A tragic combination of drugs, alcohol, and bad financial advice, left Paddington a shadow of his former self
4) Cursed to sleep for 100 years, only a kiss from a handsome real estate agent would break the spell
5) Elderly men in their underpants require a well ventilated space and regular watering
6) Interior Design Trend: The abandoned 1970s chat show kitchen
7) The owners are also willing to sell their exercise bike and share their safeword
8) This year, why not take some time to consider the unquestionable futility of existence?
9) Soon after completing the Sistine Chapel, the quality of Michelangelo’s work rapidly declined
10) We should probably fish him out before they move in
11) That feel when you’re halfway through a wash cycle and you decide it would be easier to just sell your house
12) Script idea: Marie Antoinette travels to the 1990s and moves in with a monkey pirate
13) After the Great Plague of 1665, came the less famous Bubonic Bedroom Blight of 1704
So there you have it—hope you enjoyed that journey.
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Best wishes and take care <3
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