The now-infamous hoarder house where a woman's "mummified" body was removed in April by fire officials will open its doors this Sunday for an open house. The property listed for $928K as a probate sale and now appears to be in contract for $1,029,500. But that doesn't mean you can't still stop by the two-bed, two-bath extreme fixer for a look around, if that's your thing. When SF Weekly stopped by last month, the front steps bowed nearly to a breaking point and the plumbing didn't work, but there were no signs of black widows, rats, or the 300 bottles of urine discovered when the home made headlines back in April. The property's freshly painted red door will open up to prospective buyers and idle thrillseekers on Sunday, July 26, between 2 and 4 p.m.
· Can the Lake 'Mummy' House Command a $2.5M Premium? [Curbed SF]
· Creepy Lake District 'Mummy House' Returns for $928K [Curbed SF]
· A Look Inside the Richmond District's "Mummy House" [SF Weekly]
· 152 Fourth Ave [Redfin]