82 Wallace Street Mount Cook Wellington! 1930’s house gone in Minutes!

There has been a lot of hype in the media around this story over the last couple of months!

82 Wallace Street is well known for being the run down bungalow in Wellington, that could have fallen down with a big enough gust of wind or a tiny earthquake.

It was a completely run-down 1930’s bungalow and was a hoarders paradise ¬† worth¬†more than half a million dollars, situated in the perfect location of Mount Cook, next to a bus stop and dairy and a short walk from Wellington High School and zoned for Wellington College, and not far from the Heart of Wellington City.

This Run-Done bungalow sold on March 31st 2017 and Wellington City Council had deemed the property and emergency to pull this down before falling down itself and injuring someone in the process. No-One had been in the House since Wellington Council issued a dangerous note on this house late 2016.

 

Quality Demolition took to Wallace Street on Thursday 22nd June, with nothing other than our excavator and pulled it down within 60 Minutes reducing it rubble and discarding the remnants to the landfill with nothing being able to be salvaged from the poor conditioned house!

 

Check us out on the Stuff Website and in the Dominion Post

http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/business/residential-property/93952156/50-years-of-memories-gone-in-60-minutes-as-dilapidated-Mt-Cook-house-pulled-down?cid=app-android

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