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Run-down five-bed terrace accidentally put on the market for £450million

Metro Logo Metro | Slide 1 of 5: House hunters poked fun at a property listing that priced a five-bed terrace in disrepair as £450million - making it the most expensive home in the country. Despite being advertised as being in need of repairs, the terraced house in Folkestone, Kent, was shown to cost nearly half a billion pounds. That’s £200million more than Britain’s most expensive home - owned by Phones 4 U founder John Caudwell, in Mayfair, London (Picture: Purplebricks/Triangle News)

House hunters poked fun at a property listing that priced a five-bed terrace in disrepair as £450million - making it the most expensive home in the country. Despite being advertised as being in need of repairs, the terraced house in Folkestone, Kent, was shown to cost nearly half a billion pounds. That’s £200million more than Britain’s most expensive home - owned by Phones 4 U founder John Caudwell, in Mayfair, London (Picture: Purplebricks/Triangle News)
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