Let's just say that I'm still trying to literally wash my hands clean of that place.
The property is currently rented and hasn't been owner-occupied for nearly three years. Aside from the massive amount of structural work needed, here are the highlights of what we experienced:
- We walked into the house and instantly discovered that every room was transformed into squatter-esque dormitory living, sheets were used for doors and makeshift beds were everywhere.
- The smell of mildew and gym socks permeated the house.
- A pair of handcuffs hung above an unmade bed set in the dining room.
- A pair of underwear greeted us hanging on another wall.
- The agent pleaded with us not to take a look in the bathroom because the toilet was broken but it was grossly apparent that the tenants did not mind.
- Calendars of women peppered each room with handwritten notes scrawled across them that read, "I love you," and "I think you're hot."
We felt bad for the listing agent; he seemed defeated from the get-go. Maybe the baby calendar can cheer him up.