AN unassuming Canadian home has hit the market for just £130,000 – but it hides a horrifying secret inside.
Although the property, located in Quebec, looks sophisticated from the outside, viewers are soon greeted with a disgusting interior.
As you enter through the dingy doors it becomes apparent that the house is infested with so much mould that it’s bound to make your stomach turn.
From walls, ceilings and carpets, a once colourful home now looks to be something reminiscent of a horror set.
Throughout, the wallpaper is green and back and the much of the plastering has been pulled away to reveal the property’s crumbling foundations.
Even the estate agents have issued an advisory health warning as it urged potential house hunters to enter at their own risk.
But despite having an interior that many would consider to be beyond salvageable, the house is still considered one of the best deals around.
The down payment would cost just £9,000.
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It’s also well placed of a trendy Manoir des Trembles region that sits close to the city’s central business district of Hull.
Despite all the renovation required, it's a good size for a family who are up for a challenge, with a spacious hallway, a lounge, a kitchen, four bedrooms and two bathrooms.
At the back, the private enclosed garden looks mould free and has the potential to be brightened up by anyone with green fingers.
It is being sold via auction by Ready Max Commercial Estate Agents and has a local guide price of $300,000.
Previously, proving that a gamble can sometimes pay off, a Canadian treasure hunter revealed that he bought a dilapidated hoarder's home and ended up stumbling on a goldmine.
It turned out to be the former home of a renowned ceramics artist Mary Borgstrom, and some of her artworks were among the treasures he found.
There was also money, rare coins, antique furniture, a piano, jewellery and other valuable items that he was able to sell.
Alex Archbold paid just £12,000 for the house and its contents in 2019, and could pocket up to £350,000 profit after the final sale.
He said: "It was the best investment I ever made."
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