The house was originally listed for $ 590,000. Foster did not specify the amount of the cash offer for the five-bedroom home at 4525 Churchill Court in Colorado Springs.
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“If you dream of owning your own little piece of hell and turning it into a piece of heaven, look no further! Mimi Foster wrote in the list.
“You’ll also notice that there isn’t a surface of the house that hasn’t been brushed up with black spray paint or a swinging hammer – damage from an angry leaving tenant who didn’t want to pay. rent, ”Foster explained.
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“But don’t let that slow you down. It’s not as intimidating as the basement freezer which is full of meat and hasn’t had electricity for over a year, ”she adds. “So be sure to wear your mask. Not for someone else’s protection, but yours.
Despite the appalling condition of the property, there are plenty of buyers interested in taking the five bedroom home at 4525 Churchill Court.
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The house is sold as is. Foster estimates that it will cost around $ 150,000 to renovate the property to make it habitable.