A listing of a $6,800 house that’s now available for sale in California has a strange, “off-the-shelf” finish.
The listing, from California’s first auction house, has the word “auction house” stamped on it.
And it’s located in a community that is a short drive from San Francisco.
But there’s more than that.
There’s a note of an “off the shelf” quality to the design.
The seller, carmax, was inspired by a “unique piece” from the late 19th century.
It’s also worth noting that the listing is a “for sale” auction.
It’s not a sale.
It can’t be sold to anyone.
And it’s not just a piece of furniture.
The house was built in 1871, and it’s listed for $6.8 million.
That’s about $15,000 less than the asking price.
But there’s also a “discounted” sale price.
It would cost a little more than $16,000 to buy it today.
It may be an “augmented” listing, but it’s definitely not a home.
The listing is just a “tent,” meaning it is in a different state than where it was built.
And the listing notes that it has a “limited use” and “no pets” policy.
So if you’re looking to rent this, you better believe that it won’t be long before it goes on the market.
And if you do want to buy, it’s likely to be much more expensive than the listing says.