House In Shambles! Inside Joy-Anna Duggar & Austin's Run-Down Home Before Renovation
Joy-Anna Duggar's husband Austin Forsyth renovated their house of horrors into their dream home! Click through to see shocking photos of the 'Counting On' stars' beat-up abode before they fixed it up.
In the warranty deed exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com from Washington County Court, Forsyth purchased the property on May 12, 2017 for $69,250 with an added $231 in taxes.
The home features three bedrooms. In the photos, each bedroom was in need of a paint job, as the walls appeared chipped and stained. One room even had a taped-up window!
The bathroom, which is the only one in the home, had mold and water stains around the bathtub. On an episode of Counting On, Joy-Anna said, "It's nasty! It's really moldy."
As for the kitchen, the cabinets, countertops and floor were covered in dust. On the show, the microwave was filled with mold! https://radaronline.com/photos/jessa-duggar-dirty-home-photos-counting-on/
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Although the barn in the back is described as "cute" on Zillow, it had dirt on the floor and walls.
On the episode, Austin said the home, "needs a lot of work." He added, "But I think it's in a great location and one of these days when we go to sell it I think we're going to make a profit."
Joy-Anna's brother Jedidiah added, "I was expecting a house that was in decent condition. A little bit newer for the price they paid for it. Austin can see the vision, but for me it's harder."
But the vision came true, as Joy-Anna posted a video of the renovated home. The couple welcomed their first child, Gideon Martyn, on February 23.
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