CAYCE, SC (WIS) - A real estate listing that went viral over the weekend for the description of the home has been pulled from all real estate websites.
The Zillow listing has been making rounds on social media for a home located at 709 Michaelmas Ave. in Cayce, SC. The listing demands to be read thoroughly because this "diamond in the rough" has an upstairs tenant and the four bedroom home comes as-is with the mystery resident included.
This listing has now been changed to show that it's no longer available.
"Buyer assumes responsibility for the month-to-month tenancy in the upstairs apartment," the listing reads. "Occupant has never paid, and no security deposit is being held, but there is a lease in place. (Yes, it does not make sense, please don't bother asking.)"
Other repairs, as shown in the photos, includes a big hole in the roof in one of the main rooms, worn floors, and new kitchen wares.
The single-family home with a cottage has been listed on Zillow since April and is priced at $130,000. This listing says in full:
An expired Hot Pad listing from February says the upstairs apartment of this home is occupied by a professional artist.
As this listing continues to spread across the Internet, many speculate that it's not an occupant, but a ghost.
According to the Lexington County Tax Assessor website, the home was built in 1950 and was last sold in 1997 to the current owners for $52,000.
The leasing agent listed on Zillow has been reached for comment.