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Selling Houses 101: Remove Kids, Flush the F@!king Toilet

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Some listings are like artful platters, upon which cherished properties are presented to the world. Others are virtual brain farts without a shred of common sense. We'll let you decide which category this 1939 house in South Atlanta, between Grant Park and the airport, resides, but the random baby and unflushed toilet in these listing photos are strong, strong clues. With a camera in hand, someone thought that porcelain scum and mysterious floating detritus would make for selling points. Ditto for the food-strewn kitchen and beds that aren't even in the ballpark of being made. With its mounds of rumpled clothing and stockpile of meds, one bedroom gives The Most Poorly Staged Home In Atlanta Real Estate History a run for its money. Truth be told, this $69,000, five-bedroom abode sounds like an instant landlord-type of deal, and it looks well and good from outside. But still, man, that toilet.

· 1067 Constitution Road SE [Estately]
· The Most Poorly Staged Home In Atlanta Real Estate History [Curbed]