Unassuming looking house is hiding a dirty secret

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Unassuming looking house is hiding a dirty secret

This five-bed home may look like any other along its street - but it's hiding a rather grimy secret.

The south Manchester home has been put on the market for £380,000, but estate agents are advising people that an "internal inspection (is) highly recommended."

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And it's sage advice because inside floors are strewn with bags of rubbish, there are layers of black mould caking the walls and piles of papers on virtually every surface.

The kitchen is littered with old food and streams of old newspapers, while the living room has paper and plastic bags on furniture and the floor.

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The living room has paper and plastic bags on furniture and the floor

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One bedroom has peeling wallpaper and mould all up one wall

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The bathroom has water stains down the walls and dirt in the bath, as well as mess all around the toilet seat and under the bowl.

One bedroom has peeling wallpaper and mould all up one wall, while another bedroom has scores of furniture discarded in front of the door.

But, the home near West Didsbury and the popular Withington village could be a bargain for one buyer - after a good clean-up of course.

With easy access to the Metrolink, the three-storey house boasts a cellar and has no onward chain, reports Manchester Evening News .

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Another bedroom has scores of furniture discarded in front of the door

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The kitchen is littered with old food and streams of old newspapers

And from the outside, the freehold property looks like most other semi-detached homes in this leafy corner of the city.

Many homeowners spend time grinding fresh coffee beans and repainting walls ahead of viewings in the hope of boosting their chances of selling a house.

But the owners of this property don't seem to have the same approach to house sales.

Agent Springbok Properties insist that the current asking price of £380,000 is 'relatively low'.

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The bathroom has water stains down the walls and dirt in the bath, as well as mess all around the toilet seat and under the bowl

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Other homes on Everett Road have reached as much as £535,000 in recent months.

An advert posted on the property website Rightmove states: "A bright and spacious semi-detached property which benefits from: an entrance vestibule, lounge, dining room, kitchen, five bedrooms, two bathrooms and a cellar.

"Externally there is front and rear gardens and on street parking. NO ONWARD CHAIN! Internal inspection highly recommended!

"We highly recommend early viewing as this property is priced relatively low and is likely to generate quite an interest.

"Please call us now to book an appointment."

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