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Charming Mid-Terraced Victorian Property, 2 Beds, Double Glazed

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What a good job British estate agents are so professional in their work. :unsure:



Charming mid-terraced Victorian property, double-glazed, two bedrooms... one CANNABIS farm: Estate agents include picture of drugs den in house sale photos

An estate agent has posted a property online - with pictures of what is thought to be a cannabis farm set up in a bedroom.

The two-bedroomed Victorian home in Bristol was put on the market for £130,000 after being raided by the police following a tip-off.

But a host of what seems to be drug-making paraphernalia was not removed before estate agency Besley Hill took promotional photographs for the sale and posted them on website Rightmove.

The second bedroom is strewn with plant pots, ventilation pipes, fans, cabling and soil over the floor.

Besley Hill swiftly removed the picture after it was spotted by an eagle-eyed house hunter and posted on social media sites.

The firm describes the terraced house in Easton, Bristol, as being 'in need of refurbishment'.

Its description reads: 'Victorian-style villa in need of refurbishment found on the cusp of Easton and Greenbank and comprising entrance hall, lounge, open-plan kitchen/dining room, with two bedrooms and first-floor bathroom.

'It boasts gas central heating, part double glazing a pleasant rear garden, and no onward chain.'

The original photos posted showed the exterior, bathroom, kitchen and garden - and the suspicious looking 'farm' in one of the bedrooms.

It was spotted by sharp-eyed would-be buyers and links were posted on Twitter and Facebook.

Cory Kattenhorn wrote on Twitter: 'Things to find on @Rightmove a cannabis farm...'

Another potential buyer Rich Payne posted a link to the house and wrote: 'There appears to be a cannabis farm for sale on Rightmove......


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2488348/Property-CANNABIS-farm-posted-sale-online.html#ixzz2k01wKDhk

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