A FIVE-bed house is open to offers from £200,000 – but it’s falling apart.
Panic-inducing photos reveal the crumbling Edwardian pad in Ayrshire, Scotland, is an uninhabitable tip.
There are huge mounds of junk piled up high and everywhere is covered in bric-a-brac, old furniture and building materials.
The wallpaper is peeling off and there is a massive, rotten hole in one ceiling.
There are still paintings on the walls and the current or previous owner’s possessions are strewn around the place.
Would-be buyer Fraser Morton joked the cleaning the home will be light work.
He said: “Declutter and a couple of tins of obliterating magnolia. Job done.”
The pad will go under the hammer for bids starting at £200,000 in an online auction next Wednesday.
It is being sold by Towns and Country Property Auctions and advertised on Rightmove.
The listing said: “This period property needs a full refurbishment and would be a fantastic project for an experienced developer.
“We access the accommodation through a large central hallway, with the ground floor currently set as living- room, TV room, games room, music room, study, kitchen and bathroom.
“The sweeping staircase leads to five further substantial bedrooms, shower room and bathroom.”