WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (KGO) -- A house in the East Bay has redefined the term "fixer-upper", leaving you to do the fixing from the framing on up, and only adding to the countless stories of the Bay Area's housing market.
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An online posting has listed a charred Walnut Creek home on sale for $850,000, according to Redfin.com.
The two-story, four-bedroom house was nearly a complete loss when a fire ripped through the garage and part of the roof on Sept. 11.
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The posted online listing has a disclaimer to "bring your contractor, architect, and designer," but reads "this one is ready to start fresh and build to suit your style preferences".
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The torched home may have already garnered enough of a worthy interest. Both Redfin and Zillow have listed the sale of the home as "pending".