Former Nosh owner, twice declared bankrupt, Jonathan Denize is selling an Island Bay property in Wellington but no one may enter the house.
The property at 98 The Parade in the sought-after Island Bay is said to be valued at $630,000 and has three bedrooms.
But under no circumstances is anyone to view the inside of the property, the Trade Me listing states.
"This property is to be sold at this stage from the roadside. No viewings are permitted and there are no scheduled open homes. Any changes to the status quo will be notified. Absolutely no person is to enter the property."
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Mr Denize and his company, Denize Trustee Company Limited, came under fire last year after it was uncovered he owed his Nosh employees more than $300,000 in wages.
The supermarket chain has since gone under and Mr Denize has declared bankruptcy twice.
The ad listed under real estate agents Tommy's Real Estate Wellington City also has no pictures of the inside of the house.