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Two-bedroom terrace house goes on sale for just £20k – but it’ll need some serious work

THIS two-bedroom terraced house has lots of potential as a lovely home and has gone on the market for just £20,000.

Prospective buyers be warned, though, it will need some serious work to get it up to scratch.

The two-bed terrace is on the market for just £20k
However, it’s in desperate need of TLC

The property would be ideal for a single owner, couple or small family just starting out on the property ladder, but is in desperate need of some TLC.

In a prime location in east Hull, Yorkshire it boasts excellent links to the city centre and a good selection of local shops.

The only problem is that it is in disrepair, with stripped out rooms, bare floorboards and peeling paint.

The kitchen has no fittings and the house is completely unfurnished.

There is a living room as well as the kitchen and bathroom on the ground floor, while the two bedrooms are upstairs.

The living room is spacious and features a fireplace, while the bathroom has all white fittings.

One of the bedrooms overlooks the front of the house while the other has a view out of the rear.

Both have a view of a garden, with a paved front garden and rear yard.

The property is set to be a blank canvas for whoever buys it, allowing total freedom to redesign it at their leisure.

However, the low price reflects the fact that the new owners will need to spend plenty on making it habitable.

The house is being sold by online auction on 27 October by auctioneers McHugh & Co.

The listing call it “a terrace house requiring modernisation with accommodation arranged on two floors”.

It adds: “Rosmead playing fields and East Park are also nearby.”

McHugh & Co also arrange viewings for possible buyers.

The rooms are stripped out, with bare floors and peeling wallpaper
Only the bathroom has any fittings, making the house a blank canvas for the new owner
It still has lots of potential as a lovely starter home

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