A vintage Mercedes, grand piano and expensive artworks.
These are just some of the items up for grabs, after a Sydney jeweller put the entire contents of a six-bedroom mansion up for auction.
Everything you see in these photos is for sale.
The six-bedroom house recently sold for more than $3 million — and the only thing Irene Byrne wanted to keep was her clothes, personal affects and photographs, according to News Local.
The rest — including a 2009 Volkswagen Golt GTI and rare Persian carpets — is for sale. The 1965 Merc is expected to fetch as much as $80,000.
You can also buy Byrne’s jewellery, couches and crockery — and every other piece of furniture found in the house, described by the auctioneer as “black and gold ‘Versace-esque’ and ‘part-Liberace’, style”.
Which means that if you’re in the market for some antique vases or some new deck chairs you’re in luck.
Or you can buy this bed and all the paintings — along with literally everything else.
It’s just the latest wacky Sydney real estate story. It was revealed yesterday that someone bought this absolute dump of a house in Sydney’s inner west for nearly $1 million.
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