Property prices continue to fall in Sydney. But despite the weak market, some ruins were sold at high prices. Here are the most expensive derelict in Sydney.


Median housing prices in Sydney fell 8.9 percent compared to 2018. However, some buyers purchased “the ruins in uninhabitable conditions” at high prices. The ruined houses with great flaws remained uncared for for years.


One of the most sought-after ruins in recent months is the Wat Angkor Wat House. About $ 1.41 million is required for the 3-bedroom house.

McGrath – selling agent Damien West told me that the property was listed. “I don”t think you can get much worse than this,’ he said.

The houses at Juliet St were sold for $ 1,255 million. One of the houses in the region for $ 1.46 million and the other was sold for $ 1.41. The houses were filled with items from their former owners. And their walls were damaged.

Selling agents Chris Nunn and Nick Playfair of BresicWhitney had marketed the home as an “opportunity to start from scratch” and “ready to renovate”.

Harris St. 3-bedroom ruined house, sold for $ 2,045. Hundreds of thousands of dollars are needed to renew the house.

The people who bought the ruins plan to build new houses on the land.

Source: news.com.au

Sevdenur Demir / realestatecoulisse.com

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