Orange County News
Vandalized OC home sold for more than $1M
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (KABC) -- A foreclosed home in Orange County that was vandalized to the point of near complete demolition, has sold for more than $1 million.
The Huntington Beach house, which is situated on a golf course in a gated community, had toilets torn out and cement poured into drains.
Trash was everywhere and mold grew throughout the house from a hot tub left overflowing.
In spite of the damage, the Orange County Register reported the house sold for more than the $1.1 million asking price.
There was no word on who was suspected of committing the vandalism.
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