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Hoarder house filled with floor to ceilling junk before epic cleanup sells at auction for $2m



The Federation style house after the big clean up.

A neglected hoarder house once filled with so much junk that inspectors couldn’t get in has sold at a packed auction for $2 million.

The rundown house on Elizabeth St in Ashfield was reported to have items packed from the floor to the ceiling in some rooms before nearly $25,000 was spent clearing the home out.

The auction on Saturday attracted 27 registered bidders and a crowd of about 150 spectators sprawled across the street.

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The hammer dropping at $2 million price was met with applause from the huge crowd and many in attendance expressed their disbelief at the result.


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