A three-bedroom house in Cheshire has gone on the market for just £90,000 – but wait until you see the inside.
Shocking images show the Widnes property is full of rubbish – including bin bags and boxes, personal belongings and filthy furnishings.
The wallpaper has also been ripped off the walls and in some rooms, you can’t even see the floor through items that have been left by the previous owner.
For the brown carpet that is visible, it appears to be covered in stains and in need of replacing.
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In other parts of the house, the bathroom has missing wooden panels and is rotten and bare, while the kitchen has holes where cupboards should be.
Dirty pans and plates also sit on the worktops, left by the old owner.
As this home appears to have been neglected for some time, it will need some serious work done to it before it can be lived in again.
But if you’re up for the challenge and, more importantly, have the extra cash put aside on top of the asking price for a DIY home, the two-storey property boasts an entrance hall, lounge and kitchen.
It also has front and rear gardens and off street parking.
Estate agent Reeds Rains is trying to flog the doer-upper to a “keen-eyed investor” who isn’t afraid of a renovation project.
Its marketing video said: “This good-sized three-bedroom detached home sits in a popular location close to several highly-regarded schools, a variety of stores and some excellent transport links.
“Whilst in need of a complete renovation, this home comes with bags of potential since the living areas are bright and roomy and it’s nicely laid out.
“The three bedrooms are well proportioned, it has a decent sized bathroom and a sizable garden plot with lots of promise.”
An average property in Widnes – an industrial town on the banks of the River Mersey – will typically set you back around £180,000.
So the asking price for this home is half that mark – although again, you will need to spend a fair bit to bring it back to life.
It’s worth keeping this in mind if you’re considering any sort of renovation project.
Last week, we reported on a two-bed property that was being auctioned with a starting price of just £5,000.
But again, it needs a lot of work and even had holes in the floor in some rooms.
It also needs a new kitchen, as all the appliances have been ripped out and the cupboards need replacing, and the bathroom will need doing up.
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