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Derelict garage in 'trendy' London goes on the property market for a staggering £360,000

Mirror logo Mirror 26/06/2016 By Georgia Diebelius

© Provided by Mirror A run-down lime green-painted garage has been added to the market for an astonishing £360,000.

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The pebble-dashed tiny building, which is up for sale for the price of a three-bedroom-flat in the same area, sits in Stoke Newington in north London.

However, unfortunately there is no kitchen, bathroom or bedrooms inside the derelict space.

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If purchased, buyers will be the proud new owners of two mounds of dirt and some emerald green cupboards for the hefty price tag.

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The building - which is accessed through a garage door - also appears to have damp.

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However, situated in Foulden Terrace, the garage - which is inside a gated complex - could be a steal for prospective owners. Although it is still yet to have its planning permission accepted.

© Provided by Mirror If the permission is granted, the tiny space could be transformed into a two-storey modern home.

Advertising the property online, a spokesman for Right Move wrote: "Courtneys are delighted to offer for sale this garage with planning soon to be submitted to the council, the planning application to be submitted is for a two-storey one-bedroom mews house.

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"The property is situated in a very quiet yet very central small mews just off Stoke Newington Road.

"It benefits from being very close to numerous bus routes and the amenities of both Stoke Newington Church Street to the north and Dalston to the south."

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