A filthy home cluttered with rubbish and rotting food is being offered for sale "as seen" for £110,000.
The property was abandoned five years ago.
Now, an auction house has put the "exciting" three-bed home up with the six-figure guide price – adding that it is in "need of refurbishment".
Auction House South Yorkshire said the home will be sold "as seen", with no explanation for its mucky condition.
The terraced home, nestled in the Hillsborough suburb of Sheffield, comes fully furnished – with rubbish, rotting food, and heaps of bin bags scattered in every room.
The new owner will have to get their hands dirty.
The three-storey house boasts a cellar on the lower ground level, a kitchen and living room on the ground floor, three bedrooms and family bathroom.
The new owner will also be treated to a diverse selection of discarded toys and dirty rags.
The kitchen features a stained cooker, rusty pots and pans, and a bottle of washing up liquid – which, surprisingly, appears to have been opened.
Wallpaper in the top bedroom has been stripped off to reveal a "rustic" brick look.
The shared bathroom is certainly unique – it has been fitted with a bath as well as a leather chair, and comes with an old toilet roll.
The listing adds the property is just a stone’s throw away from an array of bars, restaurants and shops, as well as a tram and bus stop with links to the city centre.
But there was shock when the property was posted on social media in its soiled state.
Craig Beresford, commenting on Facebook, quipped: “Hope furniture's NOT included.”
Mitch Wood said it would be better to get the "wrecking ball out and knock [the] lot down”.
Some people were more hopeful. Elyse Maria Bingham joked she had finally found her "forever home".
She commented: “After having some setbacks and a few hurdles to jump over, we've finally bagged our forever home.”
It's not the first time a seriously grimy house has been up for sale.
A property in Birmingham with unmade beds, a rubbish-strewn living room, piles of washing up in the sink and a filthy bathroom was put on the market in 2014.
Grim pictures of the house, which was on the market for £114,950, show it in a severe state of neglect with every room covered in discarded clothes, food and rubbish.
It sold for its asking price despite the shocking snaps – before mysteriously appearing back on the market.
Earlier this year, a home which came with an assortment of terrifying plastic housemates was put on the market sale in the US.
The three-bedroom duplex in South Lake Tahoe was said to have "great income property potential" – and it was put up for sale "as-is".
That meant the lucky new owner also bought more than a dozen creepy female mannequins dressed in sparkly gowns and wigs.
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