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Estate Agents Pull £200,000 Listing Photos After People Spot Banner

Claire Reid

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Estate Agents Pull £200,000 Listing Photos After People Spot Banner

An estate agent has had to hastily pull the photos on an advert for a £200,000 listing after potential buyers spotted a cheeky banner in one of the shots. 

The property listing, which was marketed by Nicholas Humphreys Estate Agent, said the Sheffield property was an 'immaculately maintained' buy-to-let investment opportunity situated in a popular area close to the university.

The house has four double-bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms, kitchen and private back garden, which are all shown off in a series of images on the listing’s page. 

Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Kennedy News and Media

However, what the snapper failed to spot was that in one of the shots a large banner with the words ‘let’s party b****es’ could be quite clearly spotted taking pride of place on the wall. 

Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Kennedy News and Media

Since being made aware of the banner, the estate agent has said it will be removing the photo. 

A Nicholas Humphreys estate agents spokesman said: "Thank you for letting me know, I was totally unaware of that.

"I can see how that could potentially attract some attention - good, bad or otherwise - I do understand exactly where that's coming from.

Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Kennedy News and Media

"I think the best thing we should do is remove that particular photo from the stack, so thanks very much for bringing it to my attention - and also to the people who raised it.

"I think we should remove that and find another photograph of the lounge where we ask the tenants to remove the banner or alternatively just take another angle.

Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Kennedy News and Media

"It needs to be replaced clearly."

The description of the house reads: "We are delighted to bring this four-bedroom end-terrace property to the market which is ideally situated within this highly sought after and popular area off London Road.

"The property has excellent transport links and is located within walking distance to shops and local amenities.

"This Buy to Let home benefits from four double bedrooms each with their own en-suite bathrooms, modern kitchen, gas central heating, double glazed windows throughout, stylish wooden front and rear doors and a private rear garden.

Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Kennedy News and Media

"This immaculately maintained property comprises of a lounge and modern fitted kitchen on the ground floor.

"To the first floor, there are two bedrooms with their own en-suite bathrooms and electric showers and plenty of wardrobe space.

"Leading by an ascending staircase to the top floor are two loft double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and plenty of storage space.”

But there’s no mention of the banner being included in the sale, sadly.


Featured Image Credit: Kennedy News and Media

Topics: UK News, Home

Claire Reid
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