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Britain's dirtiest house up for auction for £90,000

A property filled with rubbish, rotting food and broken furniture has gone on the market for £90,000.  

The three-bed terrace in Stantonbury, near Milton Keynes, has been put up for auction under the caveat that it 'requires refurbishment'. 

Prospective buyers will need to roll up their sleeves and get the Marigolds on to tackle mountains of rubbish, rotten food and a bathroom covered in excrement.   

The three-bed terrace in Stantonbury, near Milton Keynes, has been put up for auction

The kitchen is filled with rubbish and rotting food, with cupboards hanging off the walls 

The home is being marketed by Auction House Robinson and Hall and via RightMove

The property listing admits that it is in a 'very poor condition' and 'requires refurbishment'

The property is in need of a lot of work with cracks in the ceiling, missing plasterboard and wallpaper peeling of the walls

There are no carpets, the kitchen cupboards are missing doors and the front door is covered in masking tape

The property is in need of a complete revamp with cracks in the ceiling, missing plasterboard and wallpaper peeling of the walls.

There are no carpets, the kitchen cupboards are missing doors and the front door is covered in masking tape.

Each room is full of junk including mops and buckets filled with rotten water and the garden is completely overgrown.

The walls are covered in marks and cobwebs and the lounge has a TV propped up on milk crates.

The property is being marketed by Auction House Robinson and Hall via RightMove.

The listing admits it is in a 'very poor condition' and 'requires refurbishment'.

The walls are covered in marks and cobwebs and the lounge has a TV propped up on milk crates

The listing claims the house boasts an 'entrance hall, cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room and a living room' with a 'landing, three bedrooms and a bathroom'

Prospective buyers might need to hire a few skips to clear out the property 

But the agents say the property is close to local amenities including a football pitch and skate park.

The listing also claims the house boasts an 'entrance hall, cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room and a living room' with a 'landing, three bedrooms and a bathroom.' 

Buyers will have to pay an administration fee of £1,200 and the auction takes place on April 22.

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