A ONE bedroom home has gone on the market for just £9,000 – but there's a grim catch.
The flat in Birmingham was recently made available on property site Zoopla for the cut-price fee.
And at first glance, house-hunters will be thinking they could snap up a bargain.
But any potential owners may have to get their hands dirty to make the most out of the property.
The cheap one-bad flat commands such a low fee because it is in need of a clear out and some serious modernisation.
While the exterior looks relatively promising and well-kept, the interior is a different story.
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With stained walls, peeling wallpaper, no carpets and debris littering the home, the new owners will need to get stuck in to make the house liveable.
The house in general is faded and in desperate need of a modern overhaul.
But if you’re willing to put in some elbow grease, it could be a great investment for just £9k.
Photos from inside show there is plenty of space for a couple who want to make it their first home.
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The purpose built ground floor apartment stands in communal grounds.
It has an open plan reception and kitchen, a bedroom and a shower room.
The property also benefits from having a gas fired central heating and double glazing
And it has excellent links to both transport and schools in the local area.
The flat is available to be bid on at a live auction which will be live-streamed.
Prospective buyers can also take a virtual tour if they wish to view the house remotely.
Bond Wolfe Auctions are the letting agents facilitating the sale.
It comes after a terraced property is on sale for just £15,000, although it comes with a catch.
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Eagle-eyed viewers may well be able to spot the strange feature.
And a pokey flat is available on the market for £1,300 a month, but the bed might put some renters off.
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