A THREE-bedroom house with an unassuming exterior could be yours for just £ 29,000 – but the inside is crying for a fresh look.
House hunters are being offered the chance to step back in time to an era when the likes of the Bay City Rollers ruled the charts as this home in Burton, Staffordshire, appears to have been untouched since the 1970s.
Two sets of bold patterned wallpaper rule the living room – and clash with a blinding carpet.
And the kitchen, bedrooms and bathroom are dated too and will need major transformation before a family can move in.
The garden will also need a lot of work as it is hugely overgrown.
With so many renovations needed to drag the property into the 21st century, it is set to get up for auction with a guide price of just £ 29,000, reports Staffordshire Live.
A Zoopla spokesperson said: “A vacant freehold three bedroom town-house located in the highly sought after area of Burton-on-Trent.
“The property consists of two reception rooms, kitchen, family bathroom, three well proportioned bedrooms as well as front and rear gardens.
“The property would make an excellent owner occupier or investment property having local amenities and transport links close by.
“Burton-on-Trent is a market town in Staffordshire England, close to the border with Derbyshire.”
Meanwhile, this two-bedroom flat could be the ideal family home – but potential buyers should prepare themselves for a mammoth spring clean.
The £ 35k property on Northbourne St, Gateshead, might look like an easy bargain from the outside but a quick peek behind the front door might change your mind.
Every room inside the first floor flat – from the living room to the bedrooms – is filled with rubbish and clutter left by the previous tenants.
And a terraced house with an incredible secret inside is up for grabs for £ 500,000.
The four-bed property is found in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, and does not look like anything special from the outside.
But prospective buyers will be stunned when they peer inside and see the futuristic design of the interior.