The semi-detached house in Nottingham does not have electricity or central heating and has been empty for a long time – but it could be the perfect property for someone looking for a project
This three-bedroom home will go up for auction for £32,000 – but the interior is a leap backwards to a more simple time.
The semi-detached house in Nottingham does not have electricity or central heating.
It has been empty for some time but could be perfect for anyone looking for a project, with just a half-hour walk to the Nottingham city centre.
It will require a full renovation but includes an entrance hall, dining room lounge and kitchen.
There are three double bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor.
The property description says: “We understand there is no central heating and electricity currently, but it has a potential rental figure of £800pcm once the project is complete.”
Other works that will need to be carried out are taking care of the cracked floor, peeling wall paint and tidying the overgrown garden.
Andrew Parker, managing director and auctioneer, SDL Property Auctions, said: “The property has been vacant for some time and is in need of full renovation, upgrading and improvement.
“It would make an ideal purchase for an investor or landlord and has an attractive guide price of £32,000.
“Plus, it’s well located near to good transport links and close to Carlton, Mapperley and Nottingham city centre.”
The house will go under the virtual hammer on October 28.
It comes as a run-down double garage with peeling paintwork that has gone on sale for nearly £100,000.
The scruffy building has an asking price of £95,000 as estate agents say they expect a lot of interest from prospective buyers.
It was listed with “no bathrooms” and “no bedrooms” but the new owners will have planning consent to build two flats, CoventryLive reports.
The garage, in Devon, does not have plumbing or drainage but it does have electricity.
The property also includes a parking space and garden of about 42-square metres.