Here's the full listing, (sic) throughout:
Attention Hoarders, you have met your match!! This home has more junk than a local dump. This home features 3 bedrooms, some bonus rooms an many antiques as long as you can pound your way through all the stuff. Imagine the envy of all your hoarder friends that have been collecting stuff for years and you show up with a house more full of junk than theirs with little or no effort applied for on your part. Not a bank owned or short sale, just good old fashioned hillbilly house full of stuff. The disappointing part of this house is the 3 car garage that is not full of stuff. Good luck making it through the front door, seller recommends you where long pants, protective shoes and have a tetanus shot before entering. Storage is only an issue if you plan on keeping all the stuff currently in the place. A picture is worth a thousand words, these are worth a thousand different items. Note, classic coke can on the first floor is not included. Emails without phone numbers will be ignored.
The Cuyahoga County Auditor lists the property as owned by Tucks Track LLC.
Keller Williams Realty's Dominic Picione is listed as the seller of the house.
(UPDATE) See the comments section below for an update from realtor Dominic Picione himself. He notes that Jaime Kalista of Keller Williams is the listing agent.
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