THIS four-bedroom property may look perfectly normal from the outside – but it is in need of some serious work.
The terraced house in Streatham Hill, South London, is set to go up for auction with a guide price of £750,000 next month.
The four-bed property looks like the ideal family home from the outsideCredit: Savills
Inside, the bathroom is festering in grimeCredit: Savills
The kitchen hides beneath coats of muck while old cabinets hang drably from the wallsCredit: Savills
Complete with a large back garden and two living rooms, it could make the perfect family home for those looking to live in the capital.
But potential buyers will have their work cut out for them if they do opt to buy, as the house is stripped bare and covered in grime.
Pictures of the freehold property show the downstairs bathroom covered in dirt, along with brown stains splattered in a broken toilet.
The kitchen next door festers under thick coats of grime while outdated cabinets hang from the walls.
Upstairs, the bathroom floor is smothered in muck, while damp patches ooze from the bedrooms nearby.
In almost every room, wallpaper can be seen peeling from the walls, with flaps of plaster hanging from the ceiling of one.
With a bit of work, the garden could become a private outdoor haven – but for now, thick foliage shields any chance of light and ivy twists its way up a surrounding fence.
On the listing, Savills notes: “The property is need in need of modernisation which presents the purchaser with the ideal opportunity to carry out works to their own specification.”
It adds it’s in a “highly convenient location” close to Streatham High Road and Tooting Bec.
The house is listed as lot 708 and will go up for auction at 9am on June 14.
This small alcove needs a lick of paintCredit: Savills
One bedroom has plaster hanging from the ceilingCredit: Savills
The stair case could do with a carpet fittingCredit: Savills
The rooms, however, are very spacious – and will make the perfect project for anyone willing to take it onCredit: Savills
There’s plenty of outdoor space for prospective buyersCredit: Savills