A TOWNHOUSE on sale for £500,000 in North London is piled high with junk in every room.
Shocking photos show the state of the Grade-II listed property, which is nestled on a terraced crescent of 25 homes in Edmonton.
The four-bedroom home is stacked with disused clothes and trashed furniture.
Mountains of rubbish tower across all three floors of the Georgian house, which is described by an estate agent as "once elegant".
The horror mess is revealed to visitors immediately in the hallway, which is stacked with heaps of garbage, broken lamps and debris.
Inside, the kitchen is filled with mounds of smashed cupboards, discarded plastic bags and old sofa cushions.
Next to it, the dining area is cluttered with scrapped chairs and household detritus.
Two reception rooms are piled with upended sofas, cushions, lamps and clothes abandoned by a hoarder.
In another room, the rubbish appears to be piled about seven-feet high, reaching almost to the top of a door frame.
Drawers, radiators, boxes and an assortment of garbage have all been thrown into a huge heap.
The bathroom is filled with old books and old washing items, with rubbish left in the sink.
Gardens at the front and the back are overgrown with weeds.
Estate agents Rightmove say that the home requires "sympathetic updating".
The home is on the market, with offers in excess of £500,000 being considered.
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