A NORTH London "garden flat" is going for a steal at £400,000 – but part of it doesn't have a roof.
The "derelict" office unit comes with planning permission to make it into a two bedroom flat, provided you're prepared to build a roof.
If that's not a challenge enough, the place is covered in debris, vegetation, pieces of furniture, old cabinets and doors and pieces and even evidence of sunlight peeking through the room with a roof.
The second "room" is full of heavy corrugated iron sheets, weeds, rubbish and bits of scaffolding.
But sellers promise that the property has potential, showing pictures of thedevelopments next door turned into tall smart town houses.
It's also on a popular road close to local shops and amenities and Tufnell Park Playing Fields are a few meters away.
The house is just a stone's throw from Tufnell Park station on the Northern Line.
Other two beds in Tufnell Park go from anything between £500,000 and £1,000,000.
The property is going up for auction on May 6, with the asking price of £400,000.
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