BRITAIN'S most unwanted home has been looking for a buyer since February 2009.
New research by packing provider Moverly revealed which homes have been listed for the longest time across each area of the British housing market.
The pandemic saw a huge property boom which saw prices and demand hit historic highs.
But, while most sellers enjoyed quick sales and secured handsome prices during the boom, not everyone was so lucky.
Here we take a look at the unlucky sellers who have found shifting their property the toughest…
London, £349,995, 14 years
The longest active listing in London, and Britain, has been on the market for 5,139 days.
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It is a 2-bed ground floor maisonette in East London with a current asking price of £349,995.
It was first put up for sale on 16th February 2009.
Havant, £140,000, 14 years
Things are just as bad for the unlucky seller of this 1-bed retirement flat in Havant, Hampshire.
It’s been on the market since 4th July 2009 (5,001 days) and has a current asking price of £140,000, making it the least wanted home in the South East.
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Durham, £64,950, 13 years