Notorious Bondi Beach property to be auctioned off next month

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The Californian bungalow, located on Boonara Ave in ultra-trendy Bondi, is owned by notorious hoarder Mary Bobolas, and for years she has fought with the council over her hoarding habit, which developed in the ’90s. At its worst, the home was crammed full of garbage and debris visible on Google Earth. Over the years, neighbours have become increasingly distressed by foul smells and pests invading the area as a result of the filth. Waverley Council has periodically removed truckloads of rubbish from the property since 2005, racking up hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt for the Bobolas family in the process. • ‘Entire town’ for sale • Australia’s most in-demand suburbs revealed • The Block ‘harder than childbirth’ Since then, the Bobolas family has been at war with the council, with Ms Bobolas once being arrested by police after an assault that allegedly occurred when the family refused to leave their house during one council-ordered $60,00 clean-up.  In recent years, it was reported the hoarding had become so out of control Ms Bobolas and her two daughters could no longer sleep inside the property due to the rubbish — a claim the mother of two has denied. But next month, the nightmare might finally come to an end. That’s because the NSW sheriff will attempt to auction off the property — for the third time. The auction will be held on November 22 and the home is expected to fetch upwards of $2 million, based on previous price guides. The 550sq m property is the responsibility of Raine & Horne agent Ric Serrao, but no public buyers’ guide is available. Mr Serrao told The Daily Telegraph the home was being sold with all rubbish included, and that the successful buyer will be responsible for clearing it from the site. Buyers are not allowed to inspect the home due to safety concerns, and will instead be restricted to viewing the property from the kerb only. The publication also revealed there were now five writs worth more than $248,000 of legal fees and council clean-up charges. Ms Bobolas, who was born in Spain and has two adult daughters, Elena and Liana, bought the home in 1973 for $15,000. She spoke publicly for the first time in 2016 revealing exclusively to news.com.au her hoarding had developed as a response to severe stress. “When I am stressed I go out and collect things,” she said at the time, while insisting that the inside of the dilapidated house was clean. At the time the woman, now aged in her late 70s, said some of her neighbours “treat me like I am Jack the Ripper” as a result of her hoarding. News.com.au contacted Raine & Horne agent Ric Serrao for further comment but a response was not received. alexis.carey@news.com.au
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