Almost all litigation relating to real estate involves buyers suing sellers for undisclosed structural problems. And, when it comes to leaking roofs, plumbing disasters, heating problems and flooding basements - the courts easily reject "let the Buyer beware" argument.
Putting a "quirky" or flawed property up for sale may be okay if you and the REALTOR® give buyerrs' full information on the houses defects. But, even if you have had a structural inspection and sold your home "as is" you may not be in the clear.
You are legally obligated to disclose all defects in the property you sell. Courts are very unsympathetic to people who have lived in seriously flawed homes and sold them to others without full disclosure.