Homes Under the Hammer couple make £210k profit on home after adding ‘desirable’ feature

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The large loft space has been transformed into two apartments. With an added dormer, Sam and Trish created two more rooms than planned turning the property into an eight-bedroom HMO.

The messy, overgrown garden was cleared and replaced with modern, white pebbles.

The couple actually restored the tiles in the hallway and were really proud of the end result.

The couple slightly overspent coming in at £183,000 instead of the intended £147,000.

The partners invested a total of £440,000. In June 2022, a local estate agent visited the property to see the transformation.

The agent said: “I’ve been doing this a long time and I honestly think this is up there with one of the best HMO conversions I’ve seen.

“So a really good first impression. One of the things I think they’ve been very clever to do is to ensure all the bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms.



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