Homes Under the Hammer buyer boosts property value by £80k despite ‘blowing budget’


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The once dated, bright blue bathroom is now grey, slick and modern with a separate bath and shower cubicle.

The lounge, which once had paint peeling off the walls and a dodgy ceiling, had new carpet, plastering and painted walls.

Gordon also revealed that there were problems under the floors where the joists had rotted meaning these had to be replaced.

The original oak floor, which dated back to when the home was built in 1937, was restored in the hallway.

The second bedroom was transformed into a back reception room.

The back garden, which was previously waist high with weeds and grass, has been completely transformed into a neat and tidy space to relax.

The last job Gordon plans to do is add a decking to the back of the house from the kitchen onto the garden.


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