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96-Year-Old Lady Sold Her House Of 70 Years, What Was Hidden Inside Left The Buyers In Shock

Appearances are often misleading, as in this case, looks can be deceiving. Can you pay attention to detail? We hope you do because we’re going to be little Sherlock Holmes here and reveal the secret behind a Toronto based house that was listed for sale by its 96-year-old owner.

Taking a glimpse at it from the outside, you might assume it’s just ordinary and on top of that, if we told you that the aged woman has lived here for 70 years, all you would think about is its renovation. What you may have not expected is the breath-taking reality that awaits you at the first step inside!

A Home That Looks Like – Just Another House

The story began when two realtors (Gladys and Carla), who obviously had seen a countless number of homes in their career, got a call to visit a house located at 148 Jane Street by an old woman named Joyce. As the lady wanted to sell the home, she invited both of them to get an evaluation of the property.

For the duo, it was nothing extraordinary as being selling agents they received hundreds of such calls every day. Once they entered inside the not-so-special looking house, their earlier mindset evaporated within a fraction of seconds. And their jaws dropped too!

Meet The Spizzirri Sisters

These two ladies, namely Carla and Gladys, have had a reputation of being experts in the area of property selling. Talking about their work – they knew exactly what it takes to seal the deal which made them stand tall among the top-rated real estate people in the city.

It was believed that nothing could beat their eye for detail until an elderly woman from 148 Jane Street called them one fine day. Nothing in their farthest imagination could have prepared the relator duo for what the outwardly standard home was holding inside.

A Call From A Random Seller

Like any other day, Carla was at work when the phone rang – which looks like ‘no big deal’ considering the sisters’ success through the years. The caller happened to be an aged woman named Joyce who hesitantly inquired about their service.

At that moment, Carla took the lady as just another prospective seller and gave her an assurance to fetch the best possible price for the deal. She was already under an impression that it might be a regular house and the very second Joyce disclosed her age, her expectation dropped even more.

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