'Well-connected' flat goes on sale for just £9,000 – but the tenant has left each room an absolute mess

A "WELL-CONNECTED" flat has gone on sale for just £9,000 – but the tenant has left each room an absolute mess.

The property has a guide price of just £9,000 despite surveying in the Home Report at £50,000.

And any prospective landlord may understand the huge price drop on entering the property as it has mess strewn all over the flat.

Despite the place looking quaint and well-kept on the exterior, the living room doesn't appear to have a surface without clutter.

The dated or "classic" bathroom leaves a bit to be desired and looks like it could do with a deep clean.

And the bedroom is filled with plastic bags and other clutter blocking out half of the window.

The landlord also would have to buy the property in Paisley, Renfrewshire, with a sitting tenant paying £410 a month.

The one-bedder will be put under the hammer by Shawlands-based Future Property Auctions at a virtual sale.

And auctioneers hope that the tiny guide price will spark huge interest among landlords and investors.

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Future Property said it is an “immediate income-producing investment”.

Similar properties on the same road have sold for nearly 10 times more, ranging from £60,000 to £95,000

But on the plus side, the flat is ten minutes to Glasgow, with "excellent transport links" including train station and bus routes.

Paisley is only seven miles from Glasgow City Centre and is said to be a large university town.

Future said: “It is an ideal purchase for a buy-to-let investor or landlord looking to add to their portfolio.

“As a university town there is a high student population as well as the area’s largest hospital.”

A similarly messy three-bed house went on sale for £150,000 but was mocked for its huge piles of clutter, overflowing bins and a cat bowl by the cooker.

Potential buyers slated the property on social media, after it was put on the market with photos advertising rooms piled high with rubbish.

And even a grade-II listed home in Kent with stunning sea views and convenient commuter links up for sale was hiding a messy secret.

The three-bedroom house has been dubbed the "hoarder house" as new buyers won't just get bricks and mortar, they would also get the previous owner's belongings.

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