Bondi hoarders auction rescheduled for June 9

Bondi hoarders auction rescheduled for June 9
Bondi hoarders auction rescheduled for June 9

The 26 year Bondi hoarders saga may finally be coming to an end, again, as a June 9 date has been set for it's new auction.

The great escape continued after the home at 19 Boonara Avenue skipped auction as the NWS Sheriff's Office couldn't proceed with the auction set for May 19.

A possible $2 million sale is on the cards for its prime location and 550 sqm land parcel.

The property was set for sale in February last year but owner Mary Bobolas and her daughters Elena and Liana came up with the $180,000 to pay Waverly Council’s cleaning and legal bills just hours before the auction.

This time they're not expected to be so lucky, as they need to come up with $160,000 in the next eight days to save the home.

In November the council’s solicitors wrote to the Bobolas family asking for settlement of the outstanding money to avoid the sale of the property but no received no reply.

The NSW Sheriff’s Office has commissioned Raine & Horne Double Bay’s Ric Serrao to sell the property so that clean-up costs can be recovered on behalf of the council.

The listing shows rubbish flowing out of the door onto the houses frontage despite a 10 truck clear up in July last year.

Bidders hoping to secure the property will take on the responsibility on the clean-up costs of the rubbish left on the land.

When it was listed in 2015, 63 contracts had been handed out. Last month it was in the 30s.

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