A property pictured full of junk as been put up for sale on Rightmove for £210,000, breaking every rule in the book for those looking for a buyer.
Usually those looking to sell their home want to make the rooms glisten and look as enticing as possible but one in Canterbury, Kent, has been put on the market looking completely unkempt.
The property listed on Rightmove is described as a ‘great first time home, downsize or investment but those interested will have to look past the rubbish in the images.
A filthy mattress, rubbish and assorted junk are seen in pictures of the property up for sale in Canterbury, Kent with the hoover and carpet cleaner apparently unused
The end-of-terrace building is on the market for £210,000 and has ‘no chain’ involved
A picture of the lounge shows a Christmas tree toppled over with wires across the floor
The garden is as messy as the house with toys and junk all across the lawn and concrete
The end-of-terrace building is up a ‘quiet cul-de-sac’ and the first sign of mess is in the garden outside.
Junk is piled up on the lawn, a bin has toppled over and an expensive looking children’s toy Mercedes is tilted between the concrete and lawn.
The kitchen is in a similar state, with clothing across the floor and worktops rammed full of toys and documents.
A tub of what appears to be paint is on the floor alongside a screwdriver.
There is a vacuum cleaner and carpet cleaner in the living room but both appear to have gone unused given the condition of the rooms.
A pot of paint and a screwdriver were pictured on the floor with worktops covered
Rubbish is scattered on the floor, a mattress without duvet or pillow cases on is also on the ground and there is the sorry sight of a toppled Christmas tree in front of doors leading to the garden.
A children’s bedroom is also in the pictures used to advertise the house featuring a wooden cot, tiny metal bed and slightly larger mattress all in one room.
The bathroom, unlike everywhere else in the property, appears to be clean but bizarrely still has water in the bathtub.
A children’s bedroom shows a wooden cot, small bed and larger mattress in the room
A snap of the bathroom bizarrely shows water still in the tub, although it looks relatively clean
The home is advertised as ‘chain-free’ and Rightmove’s description states it is: ‘Ideally located for both the city centre and University of Kent.
‘The ground floor accommodation comprises the entrance hallway, kitchen/diner and separate lounge. Upstairs you will find two double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes, the family bathroom is brand new and unused and separate WC.
‘The property benefits from double glazing and central heating throughout. Outside you will find the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a patio seating area.’