Terraced home with remains of a CANNABIS factory in one bedroom goes on the market for £200,000 

Perfect for a growing family! Terraced home with remains of a CANNABIS factory in one of the three bedrooms goes on the market for £200,000

  • The three-bed house in Crawley, West Sussex, is littered with toys and rubbish
  • One of the bedrooms is covered floor to ceiling in silver foil, including windows 
  • Locals speculate the silver-covered third bedroom was ‘grow room’ for cannabis

A terraced house on the market for £200,000 has caused a stir among home hunters who say one of the bedrooms appears to have been used to grow cannabis.

Estate agent photos of the room inside the property in Crawley, West Sussex, has silver sheeting covering the walls, windows, ceiling and floor.

It is also littered with suspicious looking tubes, lighting and tubs of chemicals, with a bag in the corner with the word ‘plant’ written on it.

Local Eve Ainsworth said on Twitter: ‘This local property listing is making me laugh. 

One of the three bedrooms has silver coverings on the walls, windows, ceiling and floor, which a Twitter user said is like 'a pre-installed grow room'

One of the three bedrooms has silver coverings on the walls, windows, ceiling and floor, which a Twitter user said is like ‘a pre-installed grow room’

The terraced house in Crawley, West Sussex, is on the market for £200,000 and is being auctioned by Allsop

The terraced house in Crawley, West Sussex, is on the market for £200,000 and is being auctioned by Allsop

‘I wonder what this room was used for.’

Russell Wilkinson quipped: ‘This three bedroom terraced house is ideal for a growing family’

Another Twitter user claims: ‘Anybody want to buy a house with a pre-installed grow room?’

One prospective buyer added: ‘Energy costs most likely put that grow under.’

A third – called Osman – simply said: ‘Wow.’ 

The terraced house also has overgrown the front and back gardens.

The kitchen is strewn with clutter including discarded kids’ toys and a door missing from one of the cabinets.

The living room has rubbish on the floor and table and scruffy furniture.

The two other bedrooms have rubbish including cardboard boxes and a paint tin on the floor and one has a dirty carpet

The two other bedrooms have rubbish including cardboard boxes and a paint tin on the floor and one has a dirty carpet

The kitchen is strewn with clutter including discarded kids' toys and a door missing from one of the cabinets

The kitchen is strewn with clutter including discarded kids’ toys and a door missing from one of the cabinets

The bathroom has discarded toilet paper and an empty roll left on the holder

The bathroom has discarded toilet paper and an empty roll left on the holder

The bathroom has discarded toilet paper and an empty roll left on the holder.

The two other bedrooms have rubbish including cardboard boxes and a paint tin on the floor and one has a dirty carpet.

The property listing – which makes no mention of the silver-covered room – reads: ‘Ground Floor, kitchen, reception room, separate WC.

‘First Floor, three Bedrooms, bathroom.

‘The property benefits from Gardens to the front and rear.

‘Extensive shops and restaurants are available 0.5 miles to the south in County Mall Shopping Centre.

‘Crawley Station – Southern and Thameslink services – is 0.7 miles to the south west.

‘The property will be open for viewing every Wednesday and Friday before the auction between 9:00 – 9:30am.

‘These are open viewing times with no need to register.

‘If you cannot attend the viewing you are advised to view the images and any available virtual tour on our website before bidding.’

The auction by Allsop takes place on December 15.

The living room has rubbish on the floor and table and scruffy furniture

The living room has rubbish on the floor and table and scruffy furniture

The property listing advertises the house benefitting from Gardens to the front and rear, one of which is accessible via the glass doors in the living room

The property listing advertises the house benefitting from Gardens to the front and rear, one of which is accessible via the glass doors in the living room

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