Sydney Harbour Home Built From Tins Of Baby Formula Tipped To Shatter Sales Records

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A home in the Sydney harbour fronting suburb of Point Piper that is built entirely out of organic tins of baby formula goes on the market this weekend. It is tipped to shatter the suburbs previous sale records with real estate agents even talking of the home reaching the $100 million dollar mark.

Local real estate agent Irwin R Schyster spoke to The (un)Australian about the much talked of house, saying; “The Chinese have an insatiable demand for Sydney property and an even bigger demand for baby formula, so the developer who thought up combining the two, well genius comes to mind.”

However not everybody is excited about the pending sale. Kirralee Checkout, a young mum from the suburbs, expressed her frustration at the house, saying: “I’ve been to every Coles and Woolworths from Gymea to Gympie to try and buy baby formula for my kids and to sell on eBay and I just can’t get enough, it’s not fair.

“Me and my husband want to buy a house but we keep getting pipped at the post by people with more money!”

The house will go to Auction a week from Saturday, and the tins of baby formula have an expiry date of April 1st 2016.


Mark Williamson
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