Two-bedroom home could be yours for just £100k – but it's piled high with rubbish with stained walls & an overgrown yard

A TWO-bed house has gone on the market for just £100,000 – and it's not hard to see why.

From the outside the mid-terrace property looks like a quaint, country home.


 

But the clue in the property listing is that it reads: “In need of extensive renovation.”

The ceiling is caving in the living room and one of the bedrooms.

The bed is propped up against the wall revealing stains on the carpet.

There are piles of clothes, books and rubbish littered throughout the house and big bags in the bathroom.

Even the garden is overgrown and needs a lot of work done to it.

Only the kitchen looks spick and span.

The property in Camborne, Cornwall is in the constituency of George Eustice – who is ironically Environment Minister.

Estate agents Bradleys are selling the pad and it's also on Rightmove.


The listing reads: “Bradleys are pleased to offer to the market, in need of extensive renovation and updating this two bedroom mid terraced character cottage located within the heart of the historic town of Camborne.”

But there is no other mention of the mess.

Of the lounge, it continues: “Double glazed window to the front, feature fireplace, carpeted flooring, electric heating.”

Discussing the bedroom, it adds: “Double glazed window to the front, carpeted flooring, access to the loft via a hatch.”

The listing continues: “To the rear there is an enclosed garden with a hardstanding path leading to a gate.

“Detached garage with side access, metal up and over door to a private parking area for one car accessed off a rear lane.”

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