Two bedroom home could be yours for £30,000 – but there's a catch | The Sun

A TWO-bedroom house could be yours for a bargain £30,000 – but you'll have to get your hands dirty.

The property in Audley, Staffordshire, is in need of a clear out and some serious modernisation.


On the market for the same price as a Volkswagen Golf eTSI EVO, it boasts two bedrooms, two reception rooms, a kitchen, utility room, a bathroom and two WCs.

There is also a roomy back garden and paths down the sides.

Photos from inside show there is plenty of space to accommodate a small family, making it the perfect starter home.

And the low price is sure to attract prospective buyers.

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However, while the exterior looks relatively promising and well-kept, the interior is a different story.

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 décor is also dated and in desperate need of a modern overhaul.

But if you’re up to the challenge, it could be a great investment.

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It is up for auction with Auction House London on February 8 with a guide price of £30,000, plus fees and VAT.

The listing reads: "The property comprises a two-bedroom detached house arranged over ground and first floors.

"The property requires a program of refurbishment.

"The property is situated on a residential road close to local shops and amenities.

"The open spaces of Wereton Road Playing Field are within easy reach.

"Transport links are provided by Longport rail station."





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