London’s property market strikes again – house filled with bin bags and dated ‘Wetherspoon’ carpet on sale for staggering £1m

A London house filled with bin bags and a dated “Wetherspoon” carpet has hit the market at £1m.

The four-bedroom and two-bathroom property located in Harringay Ladder was recently reduced in price.

And when you look inside, it’s perhaps not surprising why.

Described as a “charming Victorian house” in the property listing, the house is spread across three floors but has one common, ugly factor: the carpet.

Having been compared online by social media users to that of a standard Wetherspoon boozer, the floral statement features across the house along with dated decor and stained curtains.

The living area also has an array of bin bags placed delicately on the settee.

Despite its appearance, the property also has good transport links and is within walking distance to both Harringay station and Harringay Green Lanes tube station.

The house, which is offered chain-free, is a short stroll from Finsbury Park.

“The property is arranged over three levels, providing a flexible layout and allowing for privacy and separation between living and sleeping areas,” the listing reads.

“The south-facing rear garden is a delightful feature, offering a sunny and peaceful retreat for outdoor entertaining, gardening, or simply relaxing.”

There’s also potential to expand the property.

However, social media users aren’t quite sold.

“The witherspoons carpet !!!!! #sticky,” said Lorraine, adding several laughing emojis. [sic]

“This house looks like an old pub,” added someone else.

Someone else added: “I’m so glad I don’t live in London!!”

“The more I watch these, the more I realise how much of a con London is,” added another user.

Someone else said: “I lived near that street. While I loved my time in that area, definitely not worth a mil.”

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“Does it come with all the kitchen roll?,” joked another person.

Someone else joked: “And the price was reduced,” adding a laughing smiling emoji.

“I need to leave this country. It’s becoming a shit hole,” said Kazura.

“Looks like Pat Butcher lives there with Frank,” added someone else.

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