Two-bedroom home could be yours for just £40k – but inside its full of horrors

A two-bed home is about to be auctioned for the whoppingly small price of just £40,000 but is in major need of renovation.

The terraced property appears to be a bargain on first glance but budding home owners will be left in horror at the state the property has been left in.

Looking through the pictures of the house in Darlington, County Durham, it's clear that the previous owners let the house to rot as moss and mould climbs up the walls of the bedrooms.

The hallways are also filled with dirt and grime as wires appear to be dangerously loose in the kitchen and bathroom, Mirror reports.

In images shared on RightMove, luminous green smears can be seen appearing across the floor and wall in the main bedroom.

Multiple patches of dirty looking mould can be seen dotted across the hallway too, as well as moss in other areas of the home.

Many of the walls have peeling wallpaper and some even can be seen with holes in.

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Besides the terrible condition, the property is actually situated in a decent location with the town centre just a stone's throw away.

Darlington Memorial Hospital and North Lodge Park is also close by.

The house also includes a back yard area.

The owner has confirmed they will not be considering offers before the auction on May 12.

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Another home seemingly frozen in time back in the 1970s has also gone on the market with a retro asking price.

The three-bedroom terrace property in Swannington Street, Burton has been described in marketing material as having an 'interior that time forgot', with the walls adorned in garish décor from the era that has managed to survive almost half a century untouched.

It is currently listed on property website Zoopla with a groovy low guide price of £29,000, reports Staffordshire Live.

Viewers might want to remember their sunglasses before they step foot in the living room however, as there are two lots of very bold patterned wallpaper.

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