The Norwegian implements their own home for less than a dollar. His only condition is that the customer must repair the hut, at its own expense.
In Norway the house is sold for one shilling, The Daily Mail reports. The structure is located on the beautiful Peninsula of Booya in the South of the country. However such an interesting proposal has one major condition: the client needs to fix the house, at its own expense.
This condition also does not seem difficult, if not then the event that the old home is not repaired almost half a century. "I was hoping to reconstruct itself, but until then, unfortunately, it never came. It is a shame that such a fine possession is falling apart, and no they do not enjoy," explained Kent Carlsen.
Nondescript hut became interested in the architect, who offered professionally to reconstruct it. However Carlsen slow to deliver - he wants to see all the options. "I just don't want to implement it to someone who also will leave the house abandoned and eventually sells it on favorable terms. I wish the new owner convinced me that he really wants to bring the house in order," said the owner of the hut.
On Booya there are no permanent inhabitants, but here often visited by tourists, because there are several attractive beaches. From the mainland the island is connected by bridge.
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