IN theory, Charlie Leaney is living in a house with no furniture.
Mr Leaney recently moved into the house in Bartholomew Street, Norris Park.
One of his priorities was to organise house and contents insurance.
He told the insurance company his address, but it would not accept Norris Park as the area.
The company told Mr Leaney he lived in Glenroy and that is where the house would be insured.
But then came a twist with documentation arriving that indicated his contents were insured to the same street address, but in Norris Park.
“It appears I live in the house, but the furniture is in another house,” he said yesterday.
It is just another ludicrous anomaly stemming from the confusion about the borders of Norris Park, Lavington and Glenroy.
Mr Leaney has had to tell about 35 organisations of his change of address.
He went to the Roads and Maritime Services to change his licence and was told he lived in Glenroy.
But a trip to Medicare revealed that organisation did not recognise Norris Park as an address.
Mr Leaney also has had initial hassles trying to retain his old telephone number.
That has finally been resolved.
Mr Leaney said a Google search for Bartholomew Street came up with the suburb of Glenroy.
The many letters he has received in the past two weeks have mix of four addresses as his suburb — Glenroy, Norris Park, Lavington and North Albury.