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As the housing market slides and property prices continue to drop, one dilapidated inner-city terrace is defying the odds: going to market with a projected sale price of more than $1 million.

The house - located in the inner-Western Sydney suburb of Glebe - is described on its listing as a 'blank canvass': a three-bedroom, one-bathroom, 96 square-metre property that epitomises the idea of a fixer-upper.

The backyard is unkempt and overrun; the so-called bathroom detached, decaying and roofless, and both the inside and outside of the main building is in severe disrepair.

A dilapidated inner-city Sydney terrace (pictured) is defying the odds of the sliding property market, with a projected sale price of more than $1 million

A dilapidated inner-city Sydney terrace (pictured) is defying the odds of the sliding property market, with a projected sale price of more than $1 million

 The house, located in Glebe, is described on its listing as a 'blank canvass': a three-bedroom, one-bathroom, 96 square-metre property that epitomises the idea of a fixer-upper

 The house, located in Glebe, is described on its listing as a 'blank canvass': a three-bedroom, one-bathroom, 96 square-metre property that epitomises the idea of a fixer-upper

'It's obviously not livable,' said real estate agent Mark Constantine in conversation with ABC News.

'But we've had lots of interest from builders and

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