A property listing of a house in the North East has caused shock after the images used online showed its previous use as a cannabis farm.
The home, which is on Houghton Road in Hetton Le Hole, has appeared online on Rightmove for a cheap £30,000 - but it's not the price that people who have looked at the listing have been shocked by.
Despite showing the frontage of the house, which appears to not have a door, the listing gets even more bizarre after the accompanying images show it in its former use as a cannabis farm.
Here's the images of the property:
In the images, pots that used to have cannabis plants in them and wiring and lofts that used to have drugs in them are shown in full throughout the listing.
The bold property entry, which is currently on the market, is fully upfront about the fact of its previous use, with the listing mentioning it in the first few paragraphs online.
Featuring on a terraced street, the property features two bedrooms and one bathroom, the property will go for online auction on March 6 this year.
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The listing online reads: "The property comprises a vacant two bedroom mid terraced house which is understood to have previously been used as a cannabis farm. A full scheme of refurbishment will be required.
"The property is located in Hetton-le-Hole approximately 1.5 miles from the centre of Houghton le Spring which provides several amenities to include supermarkets, takeaways, shops and pubs.
“There will be a Buyer’s Administration Fee of £2,400 payable upon exchange of contracts.” They offer to provide a video, or tour, ‘to assist only and without responsibility - should not be relied upon as representation of fact, or replace all appropriate due diligence a prudent purchaser would make."