A FAMILY home with spacious bedrooms and a back garden has hit the market – but there's a catch.
The property in Newcastle has left house hunters horrified after pictures showed it in a state.
Despite being listed for just £125,000 people have struggled to see past the shocking images.
Cluttered and messy, potential viewers can barely see the floor to have a good look around.
Clothes have been stuffed into wardrobes and a damp towel hangs over the bath.
The curtains remain closed in all rooms making the place look dark and dingy.
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What looks like it should be a decent sized loft space is crammed with boxes.
One person who saw the house online said: “Just came across this house on RightMove.
“Would you not tidy up a bit before having the photos taken? How is anyone supposed to tell what the rooms are actually like?!”
Meanwhile another said: "Oh my word, maybe they are renters and don’t want it to be sold!
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“If this is an estate agent I would be shocked! Real mess!”
Someone added: “WHAT?! I mean there's typical everyday/ lived in mess…but how could you even let the estate agent in the house with it like this??”
The description of the home reads: “Ideally positioned for access to the Cobalt business park and Local Metro station.
“Briefly comprising of entrance hall, lounge diner and kitchen to the ground floor.
“To the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
“The loft is boarded with a Velux window. Externally there is a rear garden and off street parking to the front via the drive.”
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