A three-bed Sheffield house is going up for auction for a guide price of £110,000.
The catch? It’s a bit of a fixer-upper.
The building was left abandoned for five years, and is being sold ‘as seen’.
Pictures show the home filled with what can only be described as debris.
Rotting food, rubbish and toys are among the most visible things that make up the piles of detritus filling the rooms inside.
The listing describes the house as an ‘exciting opportunity’, but does stipulate that it’s ‘in need of refurbishment’.
If you’re willing to take it on, you could pay well below the average house price of £177,846 in the area.
It also says the property is close to a range of restaurants, bars and shops.
The terraced house, located in the Hillsborough suburb of Sheffield, also comes fully furnished.
How much of the furniture is worth salvaging is a different matter.
The three-storey property comes complete with a cellar, a kitchen and living room in the ground floor, and three bedrooms and family bathroom.
The listing does not detail how the house came to be abandoned in such a state.
One of the bedrooms includes a bunk bed and countless discarded toys.
The kitchen contains rusty pots, a stained cooker and heaps of rubbish.
Mysteriously, there are buckets, a leather chair, and an unfinished roll of toilet paper in the bathroom.
Many who’ve seen the listing posted on Facebook have reacted in surprise, with one person joking: ‘Hope furniture’s NOT included.’
Another said they’d be ‘better off getting wrecking ball out and knock lot down’ [sic].
For more information, visit Auction House South Yorkshire.
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