Dirty, filthy floor. Why would the seller want potential buyers to see this? Why wouldn’t it be cleaned first? Or at worst, why even take a photo of it?
Entries Tagged as 'Flooring'
September 15th, 2016 · 1 Comment
September 9th, 2016 · 6 Comments
Having a smoker’s house means it’s easier to remember where pictures were hung. Nicotine-stained fingers leave marks on the front door. Impressive.
There’s a sink but you’d bet the sellers never washed their hands. Check out the refrigerator and cabinet doors!
They painted a crescent moon on the bathroom door to make it look like an outhouse.
August 19th, 2016 · 2 Comments
Plain walls in kitchens are boring. Why not spice things up with peel-n-stick vinyl squares on the walls?
Or use tile shards as a creative mosaic back splash?
August 15th, 2016 · 1 Comment
The seller has lived here for 40 years. There are a lot of items for the dog to sniff.
The bottle of bleach has not been used yet in the bathroom.
Not so messy or dirty in this bathroom.
Hidden toilet paper dispenser?
They needed to remove the old carpet.
I kinda want to see what the carpet was like.
Original kitchen with What-A-Burger orange counters.
The renovation trend nowadays is to eliminate hanging kitchen cabinets.
August 14th, 2016 · 1 Comment
Half of the kitchen floor is already gone. Better hurry before the rest is gone. [Chicago, Illinois]
June 27th, 2016 · 1 Comment
Enjoy a nice relaxing bath here.
You’re supposed to say a prayer before using the toilet?
The front door needs some attention. Along with the floor and the walls.
The only outdoor light in the kitchen comes from the hole in the cabinet!
They probably did us a favor by removing the carpet.
Newer faucet and newer vanity add value to the house.
The laundry room looks washed up.
Another view of the front door.
The lattice skirting is cute.
June 2nd, 2016 · 4 Comments
Very crafty seller.
April 12th, 2016 · 6 Comments
It’s certainly unique.
January 20th, 2016 · 2 Comments
Pre-foreclosure sale in Phoenix. Lookin’ good so far.
It has a pantry with an almost-see-through door.
The boy in the bubble?
Needs help. The photographer and the bathroom.
One out of four isn’t bad.
The best room of the house.
The air freshener really helps.
Instead of a hole in the door, how about adding a window or skylight to this dark bathroom?
The clump of hair is impressive.
Weed you want to buy this house?
It’s rare to see a home in Phoenix without a patio cover. Perhaps they tore it down? There are holes in the wall above the sliding doors. By the way, did you notice the cat under the table?
At least the air conditioner is still there.
December 13th, 2015 · 3 Comments
This concludes the series of photos from a Grove City, Pennsylvania home, provided to us from an anonymous reader. We looked at the ceilings and the walls. Today we look at some of the rooms of the house. But first a look at the stairs leading to the basement.
The flooring in the bathroom looks terrific.
Another fixer-upper bathroom.
And another bathroom. Must be a real treat for the neighbors to see you so clearly.
Step into the parlor.
Free TV included with purchase.
Waiting to be renovated.
Someone please restore this house.