The two bedroom house in Armley, Leeds could be the perfect ‘project’ for the right buyer as the once loved home is filled with rubbish including old clothes, rubbish bags and beer cans
These images show the interior of a neglected two bedroom house in dire need of a refurbishment that has hit the market for just £60,000.
The end terrace house in Armley, Leeds could be a ‘project’ for the right buyer as tens of thousands of pounds would need to be put into it.
The house has one bathroom and does not appear to be in bad condition from the street but once past the front door the work required is evident.
The once loved home is full of junk including old clothes, garbage bags, beer cans and all sorts of unsavory litter, LeedsLive reports.
Other images show peeling wallpaper revealing deep stains and dark spots on the walls.
In the kitchen, the washing machine is broken and there are deep cracks in the walls.
A solid black spot can be seen in one corner.
Clothing was left in one of the bedrooms while black garbage bags were filled and left on the floor.
The mattress looks tired and stained because whoever left the house didn’t take much with them.
The house has one bathroom and the toilet, bath and sink need to be replaced.
The tub is encrusted with a mysterious black coating and the sink has cracks beyond repair.
This home may not be ideal for first-time buyers, but it will be up for auction on May 11th.
Rightmove has warned potential buyers that without a personal inspection, purchase is at your own risk.
The property description states: ‘This two bedroom back-to-back terrace has been neglected of late and is now in need of a complete refurbishment and is sure to appeal to the many developers on the market looking for an affordable project.
“Armley is popular with investors seeking above average returns as Leeds city center is only 2.4 miles east.
“Buyers who elect to purchase without in person inspection do so at their own risk and acknowledge that the auctioneer cannot be held responsible for any problems arising from their being unintentionally overlooked in the video or in the sale details.”
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