Not quite a beehive fireplace.
Not quite a beehive fireplace.
Thank you, Ben, for sending us photos of this Jerome, Arizona fixer-upper. Jerome is a small town built along a mountainside. Most of the homes are built on stilts and have great views of the valley below.
We’re taking bets to see if this home has a certificate of occupancy. It’s a fixer-upper. Check out the roof on the right side. And why is there a ladder in a horizontal position on the left side? [click to expand all photos]
Besides the rickety railing and clutter, shouldn’t the photo promote the scenic views?
They built a bench around two support posts. Granted, the posts are only 2 by 4s so the support is weak. Old washtub = cowboy bathtub?
Let’s go inside and see what features it has. Oh, it has a shelf! I dare you to pick up that jar.
The master suite features a sitting room.
The living room features a furnace. See the giant crack in the support beam?
When we pan to the right, we see clutter and unfinished walls. Is this the rustic look buyers crave?
Huntin’ and fishin’ shack.
The view from the other side of the wall. Thy (fishing) rod and thy staff (infection) comfort me.
The seller plans to install hardwood flooring some day. Notice the custom-built door with its sloping top.
They don’t take kindly to strangers. The last trespasser is taking a long nap in the freezer.
The bathroom. That is not a window; it’s a photo of a farm scene.
This house can be yours, if the price is right.
This Charleston, South Carolina home offers a little something for everyone.
It has hardwood floors.
This is a brick home. See?
The living room features a large picture window.
Future skylight location.
Plenty of light in this bedroom.
Generous closet space.
Ceiling fans keep you cool in the summer.
Aah. The sweet smell after a Carolina rain.
A true delight.
Tags: Staging · Flooring · Living Room · Bedroom · Clutter · Window Coverings · Garbage and/or Junk · Mold & Mildew · Fixer-Upper · Ceiling · Ceiling Fan · Water Damage · Drywall Damage · Other US Cities
These Florence, Arizona sellers recently installed laminate flooring. Sure to entice buyers, right? Well…
Just imagine how beautiful this kitchen used to look, with its drop ceiling and pretty wallpaper.
Imagine preparing gourmet meals here.
Imagine the possibilities.
Joie de vivre is cheerfully enjoying life. Here are 3 bedroom doors in a Casa Grande, Arizona home that spell out joie.
and E. What joy!!
Things are looking up in Troy, New York?
Things are looking down in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania?
And then looking up at another Philadelphia home?
And then down again at another Philly home?
Thanks, but there are other homes available.
The ceiling collapsed and there are plastic tarps inside this Payson, Arizona home. Notice the giant orange floor fan and the other fan in the back.
Lots of rugs in this house.
Panning to the right, we see lots of plastic.
They use the unfinished wall as storage shelves. Clever. More plastic tarp, another fan, and more rugs.
Panning to the right, we see a makeshift table and more plastic.
More fans! More unfinished walls! More plastic! They’re very consistent.
Their outside foundation wall has a large crack.
Skull painting and striped couches.
Creepy skull. Pretty hair.
At another Phoenix home, a skull on the dresser, a skull on the table, and a skull painting.
And then this in a Mesa, Arizona garage.
And a witch too!