The 2-bed Dundee home with no entrance home windows is in the marketplace for £100k… however ‘is that this for the vampire?’


Dracula’s Lair! The 2-bed home, with no entrance home windows, is in the marketplace for £100,000… however on account of lack of lighting, home hunters ask ‘Is that this for the vampire?’

  • A two-bed semi-detached is in the marketplace for £100k in Dundee, Scotland – however the home has no entrance home windows
  • Potential consumers scoff on the property, asking, ‘Is it for the vampire?’ and ‘You assume your home appears unhealthy’
  • The monotonous-looking house has a grey pebble-dash exterior and thatched roof, however is on Happyhill Street
  • Agent Rosie Fraser recommends wanting on the property early – maybe in case a sure Depend Dracula needs to snap it up


The £100,000 two-bed home in the marketplace with no home windows in entrance has been ridiculed because it might be from a horror movie as they requested if the shortage of sunshine made it excellent ‘for vampires’ .

Brokers promoting a semi-detached home in Dundee, Scotland have acquired presents of over £100,000 and can quickly be capable of whether it is taken off the market (maybe a suspiciously pale man with fangs trying to downsize). Advisable to look at quickly.

The north-facing entrance exterior wall of the property solely appears to be plain grey pebble-dash with the entrance door and muddy, white cladding lining the roof.

Regardless of the gloomy look of the home, the monotonous wanting property is satirically on a highway referred to as Happyhillock Street.

Outdoors the entrance door, the property results in a public sidewalk adjoining to some tall greenery.

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

‘Is it for the Vampire?’: Regardless of the monotonous look of this semi-detached two-bedroom, it’s satirically on a avenue referred to as Happyhillock Street in Dundee, Scotland.

The property is being advertised by agent Rosie Fraser Real Estate, who has said there are offers in excess of £100,000 and has advised house hunters to look early.

The property is being marketed by agent Rosie Fraser Actual Property, who has stated there are presents in extra of £100,000 and has suggested home hunters to look early.

However the property’s most putting characteristic (or lack thereof) is the absence of home windows on the entrance wall, which is only a gray-beige slab with a cut-out for a white PVC door.

That is regardless of ‘double glazing’ being listed among the many key options.

They’re all with patio doorways from the lounge on the again and sides and one window every to the 2 bedrooms and kitchen.

A home hunter – referred to as Stewart – quipped: ‘You assume your home appears grim.’

A shocked second stated: ‘Supply over £100,000!’

A 3rd added: ‘Is it actually on “Blissful Hillock Hill…”

‘Amityville Home appears sizzling.’

A fourth added: ‘Is that this for the vampire?’

Nevertheless, the indoors are offered fairly properly, if not with fairly a dated design.

The kitchen is supplied with a contemporary wanting electrical or induction oven.

The property includes a one bed room suite with fitted wardrobes and a plain white rest room.

A domestic hunter - called Stewart - quipped: 'You think your house looks grim'

A home hunter – referred to as Stewart – quipped: ‘You assume your home appears grim’

It’s in the marketplace with Rosie Fraser Actual Property and is marketed by way of Rightmove.

Property agent Rosie Fraser stated key options are: ‘Two spacious bedrooms, double glazing, hooked up, personal backyard, on avenue parking, near native facilities.’

The complete description of the property reads: ‘Rosie Fraser Actual Property is delighted to deliver to the market this properly offered two bed room semi indifferent home situated at Happyhillock Street.

‘The property has a spacious kitchen and a big lounge with patio doorways to the backyard.

‘Upstairs are two double bedrooms, a contemporary rest room and a big storage wardrobe.

‘The property has double glazing and electrical heaters.

‘There’s a personal backyard and on-street parking exterior the property. Additionally it is a brief stroll from native facilities.

‘Early viewing is really useful.’


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