A Sydney house sold for more than $700,000 in the last month after an online auction, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.
“Dirtiness” is a nickname for the Bath House, which is on the northern edge of the city.
The house, which has a courtyard and was built in the 1950s, was first listed for $800,000 last month, but it has gone up on the auction website at a $1.2 million bid.
The house is one of three Sydney houses to make the list of the most valuable homes on the A-list.
Its previous owners, The Beach Group, sold it to the company in 2015.
In August, the property’s owners handed over the house to the NSW Government.
This week, the NSW Bureau of Land Management took over the property, and has since been inspecting the property to ensure it complies with the rules governing the sale of land.
The state Land and Environment Protection Authority (L&EPA) said the NSW Land Code is meant to protect and conserve land and water.
The State Government has also said it is considering a proposal to develop the property into a heritage site.
If approved, it would be the first state heritage site to be developed in the state.
Land owners could lose their home if they do not comply with the code.