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The 10P House: Teesside Home Could Be Auctioned Off For Almost Nothing (And Is Set To Be Worth £25,000 With A Little Bit Of Work)

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2340326/The-10p-house-Teesside-home-auctioned-set-worth-25-000-little-bit-work.html

This terraced family home is believed to be the cheapest in the UK - and it could be sold for as little as 10p.

The three-bedroom house in Port Clarence, Teesside, has a guide price of just £750, and yet is ready to move in to straight away with a working bathroom and kitchen.

As it has no reserve price, the property in Limetrees Close could go for no more than a few pence when it is auctioned off tonight.

Haven't we got another thread on this house?

The auction house wanting a little bit of interest?

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2340326/The-10p-house-Teesside-home-auctioned-set-worth-25-000-little-bit-work.html

Haven't we got another thread on this house?

The auction house wanting a little bit of interest?

You been to Port Clarence?

Lovely vista of Europe's biggest chemical processing sector - Seal Sands.

Those metal doors are there to keep your new neighbours out.

Not worth the copper in the pipes.

Which has probably been nicked by now.

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