Garbage bags litter the floor, mould creeps across the roof and almost every window is shattered - how did anyone live here?
But despite being declared 'uninhabitable', this disgusting, dilapidated Sydney cottage home to chronic hoarders sold for $3.41million at auction.
Cleaners spent weeks trying to prepare the property in Concord, in Sydney's inner-west, for auction.
House of horrors: The outside of the house has fallen into disrepair. However it is nothing compared to what is on the inside
The back room was filled with rubbish bags, cleaning products and large cardboard boxes, with a large dark brown piano sat gathering dust
Furniture such as chairs, cabinets and rugs still sat in the living room area surrounded by little else besides the uncared for structure of the home
A final glimpse inside the home and out of control gardens before it is bulldozed reveals an eerie setting forgotten by time.
Furniture is covered with dust, leaves are all over the floor, and the structure of the home is decaying and on the brink of collapse.
The back room is filled with rubbish bags, cleaning products and large cardboard boxes, with a large dark brown piano gathering dust in the room.
Many rooms in the house had peeling walls, bricks and flooring covered in grime and all surfaces plagued with mould.
Furniture such as chairs, cabinets and rugs still sat in the living room area surrounded by little else besides the uncared-for structure of the home.
The inside of a uninhabitable hoarder's house with garbage bags littered everywhere and floors filled with decay have been revealed
The three-bedroom timber and brick cottage in Sydney's inner west suburb of Concord stunned speculators when it sold for hundreds of thousands of dollars over the $3million price guide
One room had torn up floors and windows broken in the frame, completely exposing the home to the elements.
Grand pieces of furniture - such as beautiful dressing tables - were left in the home and appeared to have been well cared for.
Elements to the dressers and cabinets such as mirrors and glass appeared to be clean and unbroken.
Leaves from outside trees and shrubbery that had overgrown over a period of years found their way inside of the home.
The greenery littered the floors in areas such as the living room.
The front exterior of the home appeared not to have fared any better than the inside of the home.
Paint was chipped off the timber beams and tiles were missing from the roof.
Elements to the dressers and cabinets such as mirrors and glass appeared to be clean and unbroken
Grand pieces of furniture - such as this dressing table - were left in the