Despite gaping holes and mountains of garbage inside, a two-bedroom house is on the market for £99,000.
A mouldy two-bedroom house in Glasgow with collapsing ceiling beams, rooms full of trash, and soiled toiletries has sold for £99,000 at auction.
At auction, a two-bedroom house with disgusting piles of litter is expected to fetch £99,000.
The weed-infested pad in Glasgow has rotting mould on some of the walls and massive holes in the ceiling.
The floor in what appears to be a living room area is blotted out by small hills of trash, trinkets, and clothes.
Every surface in the kitchen and bathroom is filthy, and the sink and bath are clogged with soiled toiletries.
Despite the difficulties, The Mirror reports that it has been listed as an “exciting” fixer-upper in need of some TLC.
The front door can be seen wide open in the promotional photos on Rightmove, revealing more horrors within.
One shocking image shows a series of ceiling beams that have collapsed and are now strewn across what appears to be a bed.
The previous tenant’s posters are still up in the second bedroom, and the bed is still unmade.
Louise Diana joked about the unusual listing, “I’d at least like a ceiling for £99,000.”
“The house requires a full refurbishment and, due to the condition, is currently uninhabitable, non mortgageable, and thus a cash buy only, sold as seen, and unsafe for viewings,” says auctioneer National Property.
The dilapidated house also has overgrown front, side, and back gardens.
However, the firm maintains that the property is a “wonderful development opportunity” for a savvy buyer in a highly sought after area.
More alarming photos show filthy sofas covered in trash and old clothes.
The trash and what appears to be rubble have completely covered the floor of what was once a livable space.
Mold and damp have infested the walls surrounding the sofas, resulting in an unappealing pattern of green against the once cream wallpaper.
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“Recent sales of similarly sized properties in good condition nearby have reached superb prices,” it continues.
“The house is in need of complete renovation and is priced to sell, so cash only.”
The auctioneer also suggests that a buyer could apply for planning permission for a rear extension as well as the development of the loft.
The auction that is held online.
The news is summarized by Brinkwire.