The house was unassuming from the outside. A typical Prince William County brick front colonial with a great lot. Nothing unusual on the main level and since it was a foreclosure the buyer’s expectations weren’t set to high. Upper level had 4 nice size bedrooms and other than a little clean up the house was receiving two thumbs up.
Then we ventured to the lower level recreation room. This was obviously the party room in the house. At first glance the thought was perhaps vandals had come into the house. But then we realized that the graffiti was there on purpose. All of the walls had been covered with words and slogans. Honestly it was “tastefully” done and when you consider what we all encounter in foreclosure properties it was a pleasant surprise.
The house is on the buyer’s short list. It has multiple commuting options to the Pentagon where he is stationed, good schools and close to shopping. In a way it might be hard to paint over the graffiti but at least it only needs paint and not someone to come in with a mask and protective clothing to take out mold! Another day of interesting things you find when showing foreclosures in Prince William County.