Overgrown vines offer privacy.
As we step back, we notice the wheelbarrow is rusted out.
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.
Half of the kitchen floor is already gone. Better hurry before the rest is gone. [Chicago, Illinois]
Wagon wheel light in Wittmann, Arizona.
Another one in a 1967 Phoenix home.
I saw this huge entryway chandelier during a home tour. It’s over 7 feet long. Smoked glass. 1980s?
The sellers haven’t finished painting the fireplace. They’re more worried about the missing tiles near the kitchen.
It’s best to finish home improvement projects before putting a house on the market.
It might be convenient for you on a daily basis to have your things handy.
But when selling your house, these items need to be put away.