'Uninhabitable' two-bedroom house on sale for £650,000
‘Uninhabitable’ two-bedroom house with no heating or bathroom, overgrown garden and windows covered by metal panels is for sale for £650,000 (if you can pay cash)
- Located in Bighton, Hampshire the house was listed on Rightmove for £650,000 for cash buyers only
- The property is described by sellers as ‘uninhabitable, being without central heating or bathroom’
- It will require significant updating and work from ‘ambitious buyers’
A two-bedroom house on the market for a whopping £650,000 despite being ‘uninhabitable.’
The run down pad is based in the village of Bighton (corr), near Alresford, Hampshire is the perfect challenge for cash buyers wanting to get their hands dirty and completely re-vamp the house.
The rural property is not for the faint-hearted as it has no heating or bathroom, the windows are covered up in metal panels, and there are black marks over the walls.
Also, inside there are gaping holes in the ceiling and a plank of wood propped up against one side.
The Hampshire ‘inhabitable’ two-bedroom property on sale for £650,000on Rightmove for cash buyers
The Alresford property listing claimed it was an ‘amazing development opportunity’ for those wanting to get stuck in with their new home
On the outside of the property, potential home owners can see that the property is bordered by an overgrown yet sizable fenced garden.
Despite the huge amount of work this fixer-upper will take, it is sure to draw in an ambitious buyer.
The uninhabitable house is listed at a colossal asking price and only cash buyers are to be considered. It is being sold by Home Estate Agents and advertised on Rightmove.
The key features are listed as ‘Two bedrooms, cash buyers only, amazing development opportunity, superb location close to Alresford, surrounded by stunning countryside.’
Inside the property has holes throughout in both the walls and ceilings, and there are black marks to be seen all over
The brick walls are propped up by wooden beams and the windows have been boarded up using wood panels and metal sheets
The full listing reads: ‘A rare development opportunity to purchase a detached brick built property located in a lovely plot of circa 0.27 acres in the sought-after village of Bighton, Alresford.
‘This property offers developers and cash buyers the perfect opportunity to create a stunning home by replacing, updating or extending the property, subject to the necessary planning consents.
‘It backs onto beautiful countryside in a wonderfully tranquil rural environment, yet conveniently close to the beautiful Georgian town of Alresford, in addition to the nearby towns of Petersfield, Winchester and Alton.
‘The property is currently uninhabitable, being without central heating or bathroom and requires significant updating/works.
There is an old fireplace in the largest room of the property that has been closed up
The floorplan provided by the agency shows the space within the two-bedroom house, however, people will notice that there is no bathroom provided
The remote home has metal panels placed on the ceiling as a ‘makeshift’ roof, and there are many gaps and holes
‘As such the property will suit cash buyers and developers keen to build or develop in this lovely and superbly located plot.
‘Bighton is a wonderfully rural hamlet surrounded by breath-taking farmland and stunning scenery.
‘The village has a popular pub and a village hall, together with playground. Nearby Alresford is a beautiful Georgian Town boasting an array of colour-washed homes and cottages.
‘An extensive range of shops are available, including antique and fine art outlets, gift and craft shops, together with an excellent range of cafes and restaurants.’
The listing reads: ‘A rare development opportunity to purchase a detached brick built property located in a lovely plot of circa 0.27 acres in the sought-after village of Bighton’
Describing the local area fondly, the listing said: ”Bighton is a wonderfully rural hamlet surrounded by breath-taking farmland and stunning scenery’
Whilse the property certainly is no walk in the park, for the right cash buyer the ‘superbly located plot’ could be transformed into the home of their dreams
Although the garden is very overgrown and needs tending, the vast amount of space makes the property an enticing buy
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