A Paisley flat for the price of a seven-year-old Ford Fiesta goes under the hammer this Friday.
It’s a mess inside but Buddies looking to climb onto the property ladder or savvy investors looking to turn a profit might be interested with a guide price of just £6,000.
The bargain-basement buy is in Stock Street in the south side of the town.
On offer to home hunters is a ground floor one-bed property close to the end of the old cul-de-sac, complete with original cobbles.
Both of the facing blonde sandstone tenements in the street have been refurbished in recent years.
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But Future Property Auctions warned interested parties the flat is going to need some work before anyone can move in.
A spokesman said: “A degree of refurbishment is required before habitation.
“There is a secure entry system, well-maintained common areas and shared gardens to the rear.
“It is an ideal rental property within a high demand location close to the town centre.”
A much bigger flat in the same close sold for £50,000 earlier this year.
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The buyer will land a double-windowed lounge and a similar bedroom overlooking a lovely back green.
The kitchen currently boasts an added extra – a large hole in the floor. The few units and sink in the kitchen need ripped out, as does the grubby toilet.
The main rooms only look as if they need redecorated in a project rather easy for a developer or DIY by a landlord.
The same price tag of £6,000 could bag a second-hand car from Arnold Clark in town.
Take a pick from a 2012 Volvo V40 D2 with 75,000 miles on the clock, a 2013 Toyota Auris Icon with 62,000 miles or that seven-year-old Fiesta 1.25 Zetec with just 25,000.
Glasgow-based Future Property Auctions will stage online bidding for the Stock Street flat on