Book by it's cover.
We looked at this house today. The listing is pretty specific and does not try to soft-pedal the condition of the interior. The stretchy camera does, however make these tiny rooms look large. It is historically registered for the exterior.
I posted these last year when I first saw the listing because of the disconnect between in and out.
Among the highlights not shown in the pictures: all plastic dropped ceilings in the bathrooms so the whole thing lights up. (Doesn't work well)
Glittered popcorn ceiling texture applied all over the stairway walls. It's not exactly the modern popcorn, it looks more like Christmas snow.
Wood look Masonite paneling inside the shower. Inside the shower. That's not a typo. It goes with the "patchwork" wall to wall carpet in there.
It's priced about right for the $200K of work it needs peeling away all the layers and starting over.
That's some kind of Masonite paneling in the kitchen. Note the carpeted baseboards and the glitter on the LR walls.
That's a molded plaster fireplace. We looked at another house with it's twin. It's wired to the wall like a picture.