#news Two-bed Dundee home with NO front windows hits market for £100k... but 'is it for VAMPIRES?' #WorldNews

#news Two-bed Dundee home with NO front windows hits market for £100k… but ‘is it for VAMPIRES?’ #WorldNews

#information Two-bed Dundee home with NO front windows hits market for £100k… but ‘is it for VAMPIRES?’ #WorldNews

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Dracula’s den! Two-bed home with NO windows on the front hits market for £100,000… but lack of sunshine leaves house-hunters asking ‘is it for VAMPIRES?’

  • A two-bed semi-detached in Dundee, Scotland is on the market for £100k – but the home has no front window
  • Potential patrons have mocked the property, saying ‘is it for vampires?’ and ‘you assume your home seems to be grim’
  • The dreary trying home has a gray pebble-dash exterior and soiled roof cladding, but is on Happyhillock Road
  • Agents Rosie Fraser suggested to view the property early – maybe if a sure Count Dracula desires to snap it up

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A two-bed home on the market for £100,000 with no windows on the front has been mocked by house-hunters for trying like it may very well be from a horror movie as they requested if the shortage of sunshine made it excellent ‘for vampires’.

The brokers promoting the semi-detached home in Dundee, Scotland have acquired provides in extra £100,000 and advisable an early viewing in case it is snapped off the market (maybe by a suspiciously pale man with pointy enamel seeking to downsize).

The north-facing front exterior wall of the property seems to be to be plain gray pebble-dash with solely a front door and soiled, white cladding connecting the roof.

Despite the home’s unhappy look, the dreary trying property is mockingly on a road referred to as Happyhillock Road. 

Outside the front door, the property leads onto a public footpath adjoining some overgrown greenery.

'Is it for vampires?': Despite the dreary appearance of this two-bedroom semi-detached, it is ironically on a street called Happyhillock Road in Dundee, Scotland

‘Is it for vampires?’: Despite the dreary look of this two-bedroom semi-detached, it is mockingly on a road referred to as Happyhillock Road in Dundee, Scotland

The property is being advertised by agents Rosie Fraser Real Estate, who have said there are offers in excess of £100,000 and have advised house-hunters to book an early viewing

The property is being marketed by brokers Rosie Fraser Real Estate, who’ve stated there are provides in extra of £100,000 and have suggested house-hunters to e-book an early viewing

But probably the most hanging characteristic (or lack thereof) of the property is the absence of of windows on the front wall, which is only a grey-beige slab with a cut-out for a white PVC door.

This is regardless of ‘double glazing’ being listed among the many key options.

They are all on the again and facet with patio doorways from the lounge and one window every within the two bedrooms and kitchen.

One home hunter – referred to as Stewart – quipped: ‘You assume your home seems to be grim.’

A shocked second stated: ‘Offers over £100,000!’

A 3rd added: ‘Is it actually on “Happy Hillock Hill…”

‘The Amityville home seems to be hotter.’

A fourth added: ‘Is it for vampires?’

However, inside the home seems to be moderately nicely offered, if not with a reasonably dated design.

The kitchen is fitted with a contemporary trying electrical or induction oven.

The property has fitted wardrobes in a single bed room and a plain white lavatory suite.

One home hunter - called Stewart - quipped: 'You think your house looks grim'

One home hunter – referred to as Stewart – quipped: ‘You assume your home seems to be grim’

It is on the market with Rosie Fraser Real Estate and marketed via Rightmove. 

Estate brokers Rosie Fraser stated that the important thing options are: ‘Two spacious bedrooms, double glazing, enclosed, non-public backyard, near native facilities, on road parking.’

The full property description reads: ‘Rosie Fraser Real Estate is delighted to deliver to the market this well-presented two bed room semi indifferent home positioned on Happyhillock Road.

‘This property has a spacious kitchen and a big front room with patio doorways to the backyard.

‘Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, a contemporary lavatory and a big storage cabinet.

‘The property has double glazing and electrical heaters.

‘External to the property there’s a non-public backyard and on road parking. It can be a brief stroll from native facilities.

‘Early viewings are suggested.’

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