PALO ALTO (KPIX 5) — A home that may be infested with rodents is on the market in Palo Alto with a staggering asking price.

Neighbors were stunned when the dilapidated home went on the market for $1.8 million.

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“We thought it would possibly go for $650,000, maybe $700,000.  Then when it came out originally for $1.6 million, and then they raised it to $1.8 million, we were like, I’m kind of dumbfounded,” neighbor Dave Ashton said.

The house is in such bad shape that prospective bidders can’t even go inside to take a tour.  Part of the house is being held up by wooden posts.

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“It’s obviously uninhabitable,” Ashton said.

Realtor Debbie Wilhelm said if the home’s eventual new owners plan to bulldoze the house and start fresh, they will likely have to add nearly $1 million on to the price tag.

“I think it might be infested with, like, rodents, and it’s hard to even stand in it for three minutes,” said Wilhelm.

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The seller received two offers Tuesday, and Wilhelm says it will sell to a group of investors.