This three-bedroom home at 26 Dillon Street, Bungalow needs a new owner.Selling agent Stuart Gay, of Chris Gay Real Estate, said of the 20 inquiries he received, 19 had not read the listing accurately.“The home is ready for relocation,” Mr Gay said.“It’s got about $50,000 worth of timber in it”.According to the online listing, ‘the contract will be unconditional and will require the buyer to remove the property within 30 days from settlement and a further 14 days to have the site cleared’.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours agoMr Gay said the circa 1950s timber home was as “original as it comes”.Previously tenanted, the home is in a semi-industrial area which Mr Gay said was once a residential area.“It’s slowly becoming completely industrial,” he said. Kids sketch riverfront home The bathroom at 26 Dillon Street, Bungalow. 26 Dillon Street, Bungalow has hit the market.This three-bedroom home has buyers wanting to know more about its ridiculous price tag.The Cairns property, at 26 Dillon St, Bungalow, has been listed for $15,000 and buyer interest has been high. Inside the timber home at 26 Dillon Street, Bungalow. MORE: Fancy your own luxury resort? Heads turned at US$690,000 pricetag There’s plenty of storage space at 26 Dillon Street, Bungalow.A middle-age couple are keen to buy the property and move it to their farm at Silkwood, a rural town 90km southeast of Cairns, according to Mr Gay.“The house is solid as a rock,” he said.“Down south a lot of people demolish these sorts of homes. And a lot of the time you just can’t get this sort of timber anymore.”
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