House on market for £80k is hiding an incredibly suspicious past
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However, it's fair to say the house is not in the best condition, and would need a lot of work before it can be lived in.
The listing by Rightmove, one of the UK's largest online real estate property websites, listed the house in Wigan for just £80,000 ($94,000).
For comparison, the average price for a house in Wigan last year according to Rightmove was just under £167,000 ($197,000). And for a terraced house, like the now-famous one on Twitter, just under £126,000 ($148,000).
User TBiermann took to Twitter to share pictures of his new discovery, saying: "House search is going well... absolute bargain, just in need of refurbishment."
From the photo taken outside of the property on the listing, nothing obvious needs renovating. The door and windows look in good condition and the garden seems well maintained.
However, when you take a look at the interior pictures of the house, it's clear to see there's more than meets the eye, and its left social media users in absolute stitches.
From what looks like was the living room, we can see piles of garden waste and possible evidence of drugs being grown.
The ceiling in the lounge has seemingly fallen through and wallpaper is ripped off too.
There is even hazard tape plastered all over the walk, so who really knows what has been going on in this house...
Other pictures show the cleanness of the property with mould seemingly apparent. The post also includes pictures of the bathroom, which has a vibrant pink background, but filled with buckets of rubbish from other rooms.
Out of all the pictures included in the listing though, the bathroom certainly looks the most appealing.
Twitter users, however, have been finding the funny side of the listing.
One user said: "The choice of song for this house on Homes under the Hammer would be epic!"
A secondly jokingly added: "Suuuurrrreeelllllyyyy a letting agent hasn’t posted this???"
Meanwhile, a third didn't think the work needed on the property was as much as everyone thinks.
They said: "All you need is some compost, seeds , some replacement bulbs and you're back in business."
Since the tweet went viral, Rightmove has removed the interior pictures, but the outside picture of the house remains on the site.
Featured Image Credit: Rightmove/TBiermann_/Twitter
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