Three-bedroom south London home up for auction for £450000 – but there’s a wild catch – The Sun

An online version of a UK newspaper reports that a house in the southern part of London is up for sale by auction. Its asking price is only 450,000 pounds. Houses in the area are worth about 800,000 pounds. The catch is the house is in poor condition, having been in disuse for years. Trees have grown so much they cover the house, and the home has been dubbed the Tree House. Realtors expect to sell the place because of its location. The piece has several photos.

Key Takeaways:

  • It has been dismissed for so long and need an entire redesign. We’re calling it The Tree House.
  • Be that as it may, it offers potential for an overcome purchaser with a run of the mill home on Ruthin Road worth around £800,000, as indicated by Zoopla.
  • At £450,000, the feeble property is simply beneath the normal cost of a home in London, which at present stands at £475,000.

“Despite its condition and £450,000-plus guide price, developers are expected to battle over the property – dubbed The Tree House.”

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