‘Trashed’ three bedroom house goes on sale with unmade beds and piles of laundry
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When your house goes up for sale, it's typical to have a quick tidy up before taking photos for the advertisement.
Maybe shove your dirty clothes in the cupboard and make the bed extra neatly.
But one home owner seems to have been caught unaware when these photos were taken – as shown by the unmade beds and the ironing board left out.
It's fair to say the house isn't spick and span – but the photos from Rightmove have been very well-received online by many people.
One person joked: "I love listings like this where they haven't made the beds."
The entire house has an incredibly retro vibe and a 70's tone.
The kitchen is tiny but tastefully painted in minty green which lightens the crowded space.
But it's the bedrooms that have really caught people's attentions – and its not just down to the vintage features.
In the first bedroom, the bed is unmade and it looks like someone possibly rolled out of bed just seconds before the photo was taken.
Or that they're possibly still under that duvet.
The study is a little less cluttered with a fetching pair of matching armchairs and cutting table.
The other bedroom also includes an unmade bed – and what looks like a misplaced red sock on the floor.
Happily, the third bedroom has a made up bed, but it looks there might be someone's pants dying on a laundry rack, along with some unfinished ironing.
In the living room, there's at least four laundry baskets and it's fair to say a decent amount of clutter.
It really has a feel that someone has just left the room thirty seconds before this photo was taken, with lots of random items on show.
On Rightmove, the understated description of the house states: "A three-bedroom mid terraced, period style property requiring renovation.
"The property is located on Scawen Road which is highly sought over due to the wide expense of green space that is Deptford Park located directly opposite the houses."
One woman shared a link the house, where she marvelled at the incredible interior.
She tweeted: "Obsessed with the ~quirky~ decoration choices in this house, it's like an early Pulp-era retro fashion shoot set."
One person replied: "Oh Lord, that brings back painful memories of my second year uni house.
"One bedroom royal blue and dusky rose. Living room orange and cobalt.
"My room navy blue GLOSS with glow in the dark stars. *SHUDDERS*."
Another joked: "Needs more washing baskets," while a third added: "I love it!!"
One person said the property reminded them of 90s ITV children's show Finders Keepers, hosted by Neil Buchanan.
They tweeted: "First glance I thought this was the house from Finders Keepers
"This really 90s TV show where kids had to find the object that answered a clue by trashing rooms which looked v similar to this house."
Another three-bedroom property went viral earlier this month – because buyers can nab a free burial plot with the house.
The property, which is on the market for £250,000, is located next to the New Malton Cemetery in North Yorkshire.
After the listing failed to draw much attention, the owners decided to offer a free burial plot as an extra.
But fear not – it's only on offer if the "owner wishes to have this included"
Malton Town Council says the property sale will help restore the graveyard.
Mayor of Malton councillor Paul Emberley said: "An opportunity arose earlier this year to sell the property, which had been continually occupied for about 20 years, when our tenant decided to move on to another part of town.
"Members subsequently made a decision to sell the asset earlier this year as part of a wider investment programme."
To learn more about the three-bedroom house, click here.
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