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Dustin Diamond’s deserted, trashed house finally sells after 2 years

Six months earlier than Dustin Diamond passed away in February 2021, he was compelled to place his longtime house in Port Washington, Wisconsin up on the market after a financial institution threatened foreclosures for unpaid dues.

More than two years later, on May 27, 2022, it finally bought for $276,400 to an actual property developer with plans of tearing down the structure and turning it into some kind of business property, The Post can report.

As to the precise plans of the land, that continues to be unknown. The Post has reached out for remark.

Best identified for his function as Screech Powers in “Saved By the Bell,” Diamond owed $269,326 to Wells Fargo, information present. He had initially put a $68,000 down cost on the house again in 2003 when he bought the four-bedroom property for $340,000.

The property is made up of 4 bedrooms and 4 bogs.
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The home spans 3,000 square feet.
The house spans 3,000 sq. toes.
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One of 4 bedrooms.
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One of four bathrooms.
One of 4 bogs.
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Before his dying, Diamond revealed in an interview with TMZ he didn’t perceive how he owed such an enormous sum and {that a} busted water principal had flooded his basement and made him lose 30 years of recollections.

“Foreclosure means nothing when a house is destroyed … with my items I’ve lost,” Diamond mentioned on the time. “It now feels like Wells Fargo is trying to kick me when I’m down.”

On Feb. 1, 2021, Diamond lost his battle to intensive stage 4 colon most cancers solely a month after his analysis. He was 44.

The house, which spans 3,000 sq. toes and is located on half an acre, has since glided on and off the market till its current sale. Only exterior photographs of the house had been included within the earlier itemizing with the outline: “great rehab project.”

The office.
The office.
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The expansive terrace.
The expansive terrace.
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The house sits on half an acre of land.
The house sits on half an acre of land.
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“Property has been vacant for over a year,” the itemizing description continues. “Great for investor or handyman owner.”

Now, for the primary time since his dying, two viral videos take viewers inside the house, which paint a really surprising image of Diamond’s life.

Described as a hoarder’s den, intensive litter throughout the video is proven within the office of the house — and in one of many bedrooms and bogs of the property.

Clothes are scattered, a number of bottles collected, medication and tablet bottles are seen all through on the lavatory sink and tub, and what seems to be feces on the lavatory ground.

It’s unclear if the deserted house was vandalized and even confronted squatters within the time since his passing, or if this was the state Diamond left the house in.

“Honestly this is exactly how I expected Screech to live after high school,” one consumer joked.

“That’s so sad, is it really his? Did he really live like that?” one other consumer questioned.

“He was our neighbor in Port Washington but he rarely left his home,” one other consumer claimed within the remark part of the video.

According to Ashley — who gave a tour of the house —  the video was recorded again when the house was nonetheless on the market. Her realtor had taken her inside to view the property.

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