A 3 bed semi-detached house for sale has been listed for the low price by agents YOPA.
Accepting offers over £30,000, many may wonder why it is so cheap.
Sellers have claimed the home is an “investment” and the average estimated value for a house in the postcode is £123,117, so why is this one so cheap?
The listing reads: “YOPA are proud to bring another property in this quadrant to the market.”
The house requires “complete refurbishment” but appears quite spacious inside.
The sellers are recommending a buyer looking to make a hefty sum of money also purchase three other homes in the area.
They suggest: “In the same square you could own 10 Oxford Street and 2 and 4 Princess Louise Road. Owning all of these properties could allow full redevelopment of this area.
“The old fire station garages are also available for sale as well.”
It continues, revealing this home “requires total refurbishment and would have great investment potential.
“This is a three bedroom home, with all mains connections.
“These properties are two minutes walk from the town centre and all its amenities. Situated adjacent to a main bus route.
Sellers claim that the town of Blyth is a bustling active port town.
They also claim the area has gone through “major development in recent years and the town centre”.
It now boasts excellent shopping facilities in the ‘Keel Row’ shopping centre, has is near many bars, restaurants and the beach.
Another property for sale was listed for a very low price, attracting the attention of house hunters.
The three bed terraced house for sale in Newark looks as though it should cost much more than £32,000.
A property for sale in this region usually sells for £139,349 according to Zoopla’s market statistics.
This home is in Davy Close, Ollerton and has been listed by Your Move in Doncaster.
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