Bargain family home yards away from local schools could be yours for just £35k – but there's a major warning | The Sun

A FAMILY home has gone on the market for the rock bottom price of £35,000 – but there’s a reason why it is so cheap.

The mid terrace property in Bolton, Lancashire, is currently the cheapest house for sale in the region.




It is so badly damaged from a fire, viewings to see inside can’t be arranged because it’s too dangerous.

That means any future owner will have a massive renovation project on their hands to make the home liveable before they can actually move in.

The property in Westhoughton comes with two bathrooms but the number of bedrooms isn’t stated in the listing.

Pictures of the inside show it has been severely damaged and left in a derelict state, so the actual number of rooms the property has is unclear.

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There is though, a small yard at the back of the property.

The listing on Rightmove warns: "Please be aware that due to the extent of the fire damage to this property, and for Health and Safety reasons, we have been instructed that no internal access is available i.e no internal viewings are available.

"The property offers an ideal investment opportunity and offers are invited based on the photograph images only."

It adds: "Charlesworth Estates do not have in their possession any further details regarding the severity of the damage or structural information.

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"Please note Charlesworth Estates accepts no liability to the structure of this property."

On the positive side, the home is near to a number of schools, including St James CofE Primary School, Washacre Primary School, Outstanding-Ofsted rated Eatock Primary School and The Aspire Hub.

It is also conveniently located next to Daisy Hill station and is one mile from Hag Fold station and Westhoughton station.

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Estate agent Charlesworth Estates is taking offers in the region of £35,000 for the home.

Any interested buyers need to submit offers in writing to their office by 5pm November 11.



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