A TWO-bedroom home in a picturesque village could be yours for just £15,000 – but it comes with a catch.
The detached property in the quaint village of Barr in Ayrshire, Scotland, was damaged by fire, and it's left a huge hole in the two-storey pad's roof.
The grim devastation means the starry night sky is just a head-tilt away for anyone looking to stay inside the blaze-damaged home.
Some of the rafters still remain intact although they are charred from the flames that once ripped through the upstairs.
The windows have been smashed and there is debris strewn across the drive.
Prospective buyers are unable to view any of home's features, such as its two bathrooms or living room, due to safety concerns.
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Barr, a conservation village, is found nestled amidst the Carrick hills beside the Stinchar and Greg rivers.
The property boasts its own driveway to the left of the property which leads to an attached garage.
The garden to the front of the property is paved and chipped, whilean enclosed court yard is found at the rear of the property.
One home-hunter – called Marc – joked: “A house came up on my Rightmove alerts in my price range, needs a wee bit of work.”
“But looks awright?
Duncan Blair said: “Spacious with room for expansion.”
The house is set to be sold at auction by Slater Hogg and Howison.
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The listing on Rightmove says: “Please note that the property and land are sold as seen and can only be viewed externally for obvious safety reasons.”
Bidding starts at £13,500 but there is a £15,000 reserve on the property.
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