Yours for just £1,000: Terraced house in Hull has a bargain price tag… but also no roof or windows | ANewsHub

A two-bedroom house with no roof or windows has gone available on the market at public sale for just £1,000, after being severely broken by a fireplace.   

The property in west Hull requires full modernisation and and potential consumers are solely invited for exterior viewings due to extreme fireplace harm contained in the house. 

Footage of the house present burnt-out windows – each lacking their glass panes – a lacking roof and blackened brickwork by the entrance door.  

A two-bedroom house with no roof or windows has gone available on the market at public sale for just £1,000, after being severely broken by a fireplace

Hull Metropolis Council is accountable for the property which is being marketed by London auctioneers McHugh & Co.   

The top of terrace house is positioned on Folkestone Road and contains of a front room, kitchen and toilet on the bottom flooring. 

Nonetheless, as a result of fireplace, there are presently no fittings in place.

The property in west Hull requires complete modernisation and and potential buyers are only invited for external viewings because of severe fire damage inside the house

The property in west Hull requires full modernisation and and potential consumers are solely invited for exterior viewings due to extreme fireplace harm contained in the house

Before the fire: The end of terrace house is located on Folkestone Street and comprises of a living room, kitchen and bathroom on the ground floor

Earlier than the fireplace: The top of terrace house is positioned on Folkestone Road and contains of a front room, kitchen and toilet on the bottom flooring

Two sizeable bedrooms are positioned on the primary flooring. 

There’s also a backyard positioned to the rear of the property. Positioned off Sculcoates Lane, it’s near native inexperienced area and inside strolling distance of Asda and Lidl.

Town centre and Hull prepare station are just over a mile away. 

The property was beforehand bought for £51,500 in April 2019, and now has a calculated worth of £62,000 in keeping with information from themovemarket.com.  

Back in its glory days: The house is now completely empty and has no fittings

Again in its glory days: The house is now fully empty and has no fittings  

The current listing describes it as an 'End of Terrace Fire Damage House requiring complete modernisation'

The present itemizing describes it as an ‘Finish of Terrace Fireplace Injury House requiring full modernisation’

The property was previously sold for £51,500 in April 2019

The property was beforehand bought for £51,500 in April 2019

The present itemizing describes it as an ‘Finish of Terrace Fireplace Injury House requiring full modernisation’. 

Evidently, a lot of time, work and cash could be wanted to revive the constructing and, with no footage of the within, it’s unclear the extent of the harm.

The house is because of be bought by on-line public sale on September 15 by McHugh & Co who may be contacted immediately, or extra particulars may be discovered on the itemizing on RightMove.

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