Unmade beds, washing up left in the sink, filth on kitchen worktops and a rubbish-strewn living room - all yours for £114,950.
Startling pictures of this three-bedroom house in Short Heath Road in Erdington, Birmingham, have been posted online by estate agent Burchell Edwards.
Later the details for the squalid property were also featured on property website Zoopla, marketed as "ideal for any private or investment purchaser".
The house is described as a 'period style' house featuring 'Minton tiled flooring' and a generous sized lounge.
In fact that generous sized lounge is filled with washing, furniture and rubbish, all abandoned by the current owner.
This is estate agent Burchell Edwards' take on the property.
– Burchell Edwards marketing statement
"A traditional period style property set back off the road in need of modernisation available with no chain.
"To the ground floor is a generous through lounge that could be split back in to two receptions if required and access to the kitchen with a utility room towards the rear."
The house includes a "family bathroom" and a third bedroom which is "bigger than your normal sized third bedroom" as well as being just half-a-mile from Erdington Train Station and local shops, the website says.
A spokesperson for the estate agent admitted the photos of the house leave a bit to be desired.
– Burchell Edwards spokesman
"We have had a lot of interest from potential buyers regarding the house on Short Heath Road.
"The pictures taken might make the house look messy but looking beyond that, it is obvious that the property has a lot of potential."