Two-bed Dundee home with NO front windows hits market for £100k… but ‘is it for VAMPIRES?’

Dracula’s den! Two-bed home with NO windows at the front hits market for £100,000… but lack of light leaves house-hunters asking ‘is it for VAMPIRES?’

  • A two-bed semi-detached in Dundee, Scotland is on the market for £100k – but the home has no front window
  • Potential buyers have mocked the property, saying ‘is it for vampires?’ and ‘you think your house looks grim’
  • The dreary looking home has a grey pebble-dash exterior and dirty roof cladding, but is on Happyhillock Road
  • Agents Rosie Fraser advised to view the property early – perhaps if a certain Count Dracula wants to snap it up

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A two-bed home on the market for £100,000 with no windows at the front has been mocked by house-hunters for looking like it could be from a horror film as they asked if the lack of light made it perfect ‘for vampires’.

The agents selling the semi-detached house in Dundee, Scotland have received offers in excess £100,000 and recommended an early viewing in case it is snapped off the market (perhaps by a suspiciously pale man with pointy teeth looking to downsize).

The north-facing front exterior wall of the property looks to be plain grey pebble-dash with only a front door and dirty, white cladding connecting the roof.

Despite the house’s sad appearance, the dreary looking property is ironically on a street called Happyhillock Road. 

Outside the front door, the property leads onto a public footpath adjacent some overgrown greenery.

'Is it for vampires?': Despite the dreary appearance of this two-bedroom semi-detached, it is ironically on a street called Happyhillock Road in Dundee, Scotland

‘Is it for vampires?’: Despite the dreary appearance of this two-bedroom semi-detached, it is ironically on a street called Happyhillock Road in Dundee, Scotland

The property is being advertised by agents Rosie Fraser Real Estate, who have said there are offers in excess of £100,000 and have advised house-hunters to book an early viewing

The property is being advertised by agents Rosie Fraser Real Estate, who have said there are offers in excess of £100,000 and have advised house-hunters to book an early viewing

But the most striking feature (or lack thereof) of the property is the absence of of windows on the front wall, which is just a grey-beige slab with a cut-out for a white PVC door.

This is despite ‘double glazing’ being listed among the key features.

They are all at the back and side with patio doors from the lounge and one window each in the two bedrooms and kitchen.

One home hunter – called Stewart – quipped: ‘You think your house looks grim.’

A stunned second said: ‘Offers over £100,000!’

A third added: ‘Is it really on “Happy Hillock Hill…”

‘The Amityville house looks warmer.’

A fourth added: ‘Is it for vampires?’

However, inside the house looks reasonably well presented, if not with a fairly dated design.

The kitchen is fitted with a modern looking electric or induction oven.

The property has fitted wardrobes in one bedroom and a plain white bathroom suite.

One home hunter - called Stewart - quipped: 'You think your house looks grim'

One home hunter – called Stewart – quipped: ‘You think your house looks grim’

It is on the market with Rosie Fraser Real Estate and advertised through Rightmove. 

Estate agents Rosie Fraser said that the key features are: ‘Two spacious bedrooms, double glazing, enclosed, private garden, close to local amenities, on street parking.’

The full property description reads: ‘Rosie Fraser Real Estate is delighted to bring to the market this well-presented two bedroom semi detached home located on Happyhillock Road.

‘This property has a spacious kitchen and a large living room with patio doors to the garden.

‘Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, a modern bathroom and a large storage cupboard.

‘The property has double glazing and electric heaters.

‘External to the property there is a private garden and on street parking. It is also a short walk from local amenities.

‘Early viewings are advised.’

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