“Slice of Hell House” in Colorado Springs for sale after extensive renovations.


A Colorado Springs home that was once marketed and sold like a “slice of hell” over the summer is about to be relisted after major renovations.

The 3,598 square foot home, located at 4525 Churchill Court, was a nightmare. He suffered extensive damage, including graffiti covered walls, warnings of a broken bridge, and a suggestion to wear a mask because of a freezer full of rotten meat. Doors, wardrobes and walls were hammered through and windows were smashed.

But that has all changed, said Sarah McGarry, a real estate broker with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services who represents “investors” who are about to put the home up for sale.

“There were big problems with the sub-floor, a lot of problems with the plumbing, they had to take it apart to make it what it is today,” McGarry said.

A home staging, interior design and remodeling company, 719 Staging & Design, which serves El Paso and Teller counties, “is currently creating a masterpiece in the famous” small slice of house of hell, “” the company said in an Instagram post Tuesday.

McGarry said the home last sold, before major renovations, for $ 580,000.

Pre-sale agent Mimi Foster marketed the heavily damaged version.

“If you dream of owning your own little piece of hell and turning it into a slice of heaven, look no further,” reads Foster’s summer list. The list has gone viral with over 150,000 people viewing it on Redfin in the first 24 hours.

McGarry said the house will go on the market Thursday afternoon, but she has already received calls regarding the upcoming sale.

“We expected this because it was in the national news initially, they did such a good job with the description and the marketing, it just took off. We expected him to do it again, ”she said. “A lot of people are now looking to you. It’s pretty exciting.


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