The house was extensively damaged in a fire in Massachusetts and is now advertised for $399,000.
A home in Massachusetts that was extensively damaged by a recent fire has been put on the market “as is” for $399,000.
During an August fire, the property on Berkeley Street in Melrose was fully destroyed and the windows were blasted out, and the house, which has not been repaired since the disaster, is being sold online for $399,000.
“The house needs to be completely renovated or torn down and rebuilt. The buyer is responsible for conducting due diligence. The listing specifies that the house is being sold “as is.”
The listing is being used as an example of Massachusetts’ increasing housing prices.
For the month of August, the Warren group reported a median sale price of $535,000 for single-family homes in the state, while the Massachusetts Association of Realtors reported a median price of $552,000 in September.
The residents of the house were not hurt in the fire, although some firefighters were treated for minor heat-related ailments at the scene.
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