A three-bed house has been mocked after it was put on the market with photos showing the rooms piled high with rubbish.
Buyers will have to look round the clutter to see the potential in this mid-terrace property which boasts a double reception room, two bathrooms and a back garden.
It is set in a trendy area of London and estate agents say its located close to shops, cafes, bars and restaurants.
The house is set to go up for sale at auction on Monday and has a guide price of £705,000.
The photos of inside the house, in Peckham Rye have left prospective buyers and others baffled.
The kitchen has three cabinet drawers piled up in the middle of the floor and messy worktops.
Laundry and other clutter can also be seen littered across the room and the living room has a coffee table festooned with mess.
There is also junk in the front garden and letters sticking out the letter box.
People on social media were shocked at what they saw, one Jean Rose thought it was a complete contrast to how most homeowners who leave their homes as clean and tidy as possible to try and sell them.
She tweeted: “Gosh. They made a real effort.”
Cesca Major added: “The random drawers.”
Sarra Manning said: “It’s just fantastic, isn’t it? I feel like a minimalist by comparison.
One Twitter user – called Lolo Balls – quipped: “Oh finally my house looks tidy!”
Natasha Cottriall added: “The letters still in the door flap.”
Others commented on the gaudy decor with Joanna Barnard adding: “Also the wallpaper MY EYES.”
The property is on the market with estate agent Barnard Marcus and also appears on selling website Zoopla.
The listing reads: “Freehold mid terrace house requiring updating. Full vacant possession.
“Location: Waghorn Street is located off Nutbrook Street in Peckham Rye. Transport options include local bus routes and a choice of Peckham Rye or East Dulwich rail stations.
“Peckham and Dulwich provide a wide range of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants with recreational pursuits available at Peckham Rye Common or Dulwich Park.
Accommodation: First floor: Three bedrooms, bathroom. Ground floor: Double reception room, kitchen, cloakroom/WC. Outside: Rear garden.
“Potential: The property may be suitable for a rear extension or loft/mansard conversion to provide additional accommodation (subject to consents).”
Barnard Marcus has been approached for comment.