THIS normal-looking house has hit the market at an incredible price – but prospective buyers are in for a shock when they look inside.
The two-bed property in Swindon, Wilts., will go under the hammer for £60,000 this month.
The spacious rooms could make the perfect family home – complete with kitchen, living room, 100ft-long garden and parking.
But according to estate agents McHugh and Co, the house, listed on Rightmove, is in need of a "complete modernisation".
And prospective buyers are in for a job load when it comes to sprucing it up.
Photos show the living room hiding beneath mountains of clutter, with plastic bags, cardboard boxes and clothes swamping the space.
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In the kitchen, grime-coated surfaces sit under mounds of mess, with clothes hanging from the ceiling.
The bathroom is in need of the biggest clean of all – where black, mouldy plaster hangs from the ceiling and litter fills the bath.
Every surface has a thick coating of grime while the walls and toilet look like something from a horror movie.
The freehold property will be auctioned online on May 26.
In the meantime, buyers can opt for a 3D tour of the house online, where strange items like baby dolls can be seen covered in dust.
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McHugh and Co write on their listing: "Situated off Rodbourne Road, close to local shopping/travelling facilities and the amenities of Swindon Town Centre including Swindon Rail Station which provides regular and direct services into London Paddington."
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