Please, someone buy this house and return it to its original glory. The current owners haven’t maintained it very well.
They built an enclosed porch out front. Why bother with a door? Thieves can just crawl through the open windows. Check out the door. It’s very short.
Here’s what the front porch looks like.
First impressions at the front door?
Let’s go inside now. Check out the bathroom. Lots of dust on that ceiling fan!
The kitchen looks surprisingly clean.
Bedroom crammed full. If any of the kids complain, dad will use the paddle hanging on the left wall.
The air freshener gives a false sense of well-being in this bedroom. They’ve blocked the window with a cabinet. That’s the head of a small boy in the bottom right corner.
Let’s go outside and get some fresh air. Oh, bad idea.
Let’s go up on the roof next.
“What do you mean we have to maintain the roof?”
“How was I supposed to know? I couldn’t see it.”
“So whadya want me to do about it?”
“I’m just going to sell the house as-is.”
“Is the bad roof why that happened?”
“It happened over here.”
“And there too.” As Bill Engvall says, “Here’s your sign.”