A two-bedroom home has gone on sale in Bolton for the bargain price of £35,000, but with paint crumbling from the walls you’ll need to be a dab hand at DIY and prepared to commit to a makeover
A two-bedroom home in Bolton is set to go under the hammer for a bargain price of £35,000, the same amount as a garage in London.
The terraced property in Burnden, Greater Manchester, is likely to be a project for whoever snaps it up.
If you do decide it’s the project for you, then you’ll need to revamp a hall, reception room and kitchen on the ground floor, and on the first floor a landing, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Almost all of the paint in every room has peeled off, leaving a grey colour.
A faded pink adorns the hallway and bathroom, which is likely to be painted over when the new owner takes charge.
For any green-fingered buyer the home also comes with a garden.
According the Zoopla, the property is the cheapest in Greater Manchester and features double glazing.
It will go to auction on September 9 at 9am.
If you’re living in London and wanting to find another bargain you may be disappointed in finding a house – but a garage might be in your price range.
One in Croydon, South London, has gone on the market £29,995.
Agents Bromley Property Company have described it as a “fantastic garage” with “a back pitched roof in a Residential Gated compound with security cameras 20 mins walk to Eden Park”.
If you’re looking a bit further out, a garage in Romford, Essex, is selling for £24,000.
The sale of the home comes as a £3.5 million mega mansion complete with a lift and three-car garage is up for grabs for just £10.
The stunning home is nestled just 10 minutes away from the legendary Ascot racecourse, and comes with all the pomp and pageantry you’d expect from a day at the races.
But if you think this kind of luxury is out of the realms of possibility, think again, as the the thing is part of a raffle where tickets start at just £10.
The towering five-bedroom property comes complete with luxury finishes including an orangery and a lift, giving any visitors the VIP experience just by stepping through the doors.
While it looks as though the stunning property should come with a steep price tag, tickets for the draw start at just £10 for 15 entries.
The incredible prize is part of the Million Pound House Draw fundraising campaign by Omaze and will aid Cancer Research UK.