Stripped back South Wales valleys house offers potential

A shell of a South Wales house which has been stripped back to basics offers an investor a blank canvas for a full renovation.

The stone-built end terrace offers full scope for the imagination of the new owner as it has been stripped back to bare walls.

Gemma Vaughan, of Newport-based Paul Fosh Auctions, is handling the sale of the property at number 7, Prosser Street, Mountain Ash, Mid Glamorgan.

The property is listed with a guide price of £50,000-plus.

Gemma said: “The new owner will need to get their sleeves rolled up from day one as the house has been taken back to basics and now requires a full renovation.

“The property does offer good size living accommodation with open plan reception room, former kitchen and bathroom to the ground floor.

“The first floor has been stripped out and offers potential for four bedrooms and bathroom.

“If looking for buy to let investment, the property could achieve in the region of £700 per calendar month one the renovation work has been done.

“There is an enclosed garden to the rear and a forecourt at the front.

“The house is within walking distance to local shops and benefits from good road links as the A470 is only a short drive away.”

The property, along with more than seventy others, is being offered for sale online by Paul Fosh Auctions with the

The property is included in a catalogue of some 70 varied lots which go up for sale online from 12 noon on Tuesday, October 3. The sale ends from 5pm on Thursday, October 5.