Three bedroom house goes on sale for £126,000… but with a TOILET in the porch | The Sun

A THREE bedroom house has gone on sale for just £126,000 – but the toilet is in the porch.

The end terrace property in Failsworth, Greater Manchester, is deceptively spacious.



Boasting a large dining room, a bar area, family lounge and a separate utility room, the property sounds like a bargain.

However the downstairs toilet has left potential buyers a bit put off.

The grimy loo is in the back garden porch – and could do with being ripped out and re-done.

The rotten-looking floor and stained seat however, aren't the only problem.

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With no frosted glass windows, your privacy might be in short supply.

One prospective buyer joked: “Saw this on Rightmove.

“So now you have to too.”

Besides the bedrooms, upstairs has a fourth room – which can be used for an office or playroom – and does have a main bathroom too.

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Advertised on Rightmove, the northern home is only available for cash buyers.

The full listing reads: “Welcome to the market, this period end of terraced, which would be described as a Tardis.

“The property has a double extension to the rear making this a more substantial home which would suit a variety of buyers.

“Comprising of an entrance hall, a lounge, open plan dining room with an exposed brick feature fireplace, a good size kitchen, and a downstairs external W.C.

“Upstairs there are three bedrooms, an office / study or playroom and a family bathroom.

“Externally there is off road parking to the front and a large yard to the rear.”



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