A shed for £150,000, bargin?

According to the BBC

A ‘dilapidated’ shed sandwiched between two large houses in an upmarket seaside resort in north Wales is up for sale with a price tag of £150,000.

The wooden structure which measures just 18ft by 15ft (5.49m by 4.57m) in Abersoch on the Llyn Peninsula, has already had three offers.

The single-storey shed does have electricity and water supplies connected but would need planning permission granted before anyone could use it as a home or build a new property on the plot.

It has no view of the nearby coastline or countryside and the roof at the rear is covered by plastic sheeting.

View it on the estate agents website if you want to put an offer in

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By Andrew Wilcox

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