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Hot auction: Fixer-upper stripped then ditched for years set to fire up suburban bidders

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54 Birch Street, Marsden, goes under the hammer at 2.30pm this Saturday March 6.


A Queensland man who stripped then ditched his fixer-upper for seven years has one of this weekend’s hottest auctions – though he’s so over it, he’s itching to hand over the keys.

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He began the project while he was working part-time, then life got in the way.


Ray White Marsden agent Rebecca Cuderman, who holds the listing with colleague Caleb Harman, said her client was letting the property go this Saturday come what may.

“He’s just so over it,” she said. “Everyone knows this…



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