A TWO-storey property is being auctioned for just £100 but is in need of a serious revamp.
The property located in Morriston in Swansea requires full refurbishment from the ground up before anyone can live in it.
Given the work required for it, it’s being auctioned as a development opportunity on the Paul Fosh auctioning site.
The property only offers one room on both the ground and first floor along with a garden.
There may be an opportunity to extend the property size as its tenure is advertised as “advised freehold – to be verified by solicitor”.
The side of property reveals an additional room on the ground floor that’s been partially knocked down, with floor plans proposing the opportunity for it to be rebuilt.
In the video tour on the website, the inside walls and stairs are visibly stripped bare with markings and mould left on the walls.
The garden would also require serious work with dark rubble and debris scattered across the space.
According to the listing, the front door of the property is accessed through a side gate leading to the private garden space.
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The location of the property offers an “excellent range of amenities and shops” as well as great road links to the M4 motorway.
Residential property specialist at Paul Fosh, Sean Roper confirmed there hasn’t been a fire or accident that caused its condition.
With bidding ongoing until June 10, there are currently 109 people watching the listing.