A SPACIOUS three-bedroom home went on sale with an accidental listing price of just £169.
The semi-detached house in Lydbrook, Gloucestershire, was posted on Rightmove for the same cost as a hoover or undercounter fridge.
The listing asked for a deposit of £17 and monthly mortgage payments of £1.
然而, the dream price was a mere mistake as the property is actually for sale at £169,000 and has since returned to its original value on the website.
One eagle-eyed buyer, who spotted the original, discount price listing before it was changed, 说: “I assumed it was a mistake but you never know.
“I don’t live in that area but it could have made a great holiday home for the family, I would have bought it outright today.”
The £169 price would have been a sweet deal for the property as this three-bed, one bath home features a long garden, perfect for any entertainers.
The house, described as benefiting from “gas central heating, double glazing and gardens to front and rear with the rear garden backing onto open woodland” is the ideal home for families or couples looking for a home.
The property is also a stone’s throw away from local schools and is a mere 8.1 miles from Lydney Station, so owners could be in the nation’s capital within four hours.
The home features a compact kitchen fitted with modern finishings and a cosy living area.
Other homes in the area have sold up to £260,000, therefore the bargain price of £169 would have been a 2000 per cent mark-down.
The property is up for auction on February 14 via Auction House, 南威尔士.