- The property in Mulliner Street, Coventry, was listed on site April 26 for £85,000
- But the dingy property attracted attention from buyers for all the wrong reasons
- Posters of topless women had been plastered on the wall in the double bedroom
Posters of topless women spotted in the background of a Rightmove advert have sparked a storm of mockery on Twitter.
The owner of the dingy terraced property appeared to have overlooked his explicit wall furnishings when he compiled his photos for the popular site.
Described as ‘a great investment opportunity’ by estate agent Suttons, the house in Coventry was listed for sale on April 26 at £85,000.
The room in the Coventry property which attracted so much attention. Topless and scantily-clad women have been plastered all over one of the walls
But it was not the grubby bathroom or cluttered corridors which attracted the attention of prospective buyers.
Instead, their gaze was drawn to the cramped double bedroom, where at least 30 pictures of scantily-clad women were plastered on the wall.
The bathroom of the dingy terraced property. A large slab of wood sits over the bath with some buckets, cleaning spray and a toilet roll on top
One of the cluttered rooms in the house. Clothes and other belongings are strew on the floor and furniture
What appears to be a fridge sits in the corridor of the property on Mulliner Street
The kitchen in the shabby property, with cluttered worktops and dilapidated units
A laptop and what appears to be a Yellow Pages can also be seen sitting on the bed beside the erotic display.
One shocked Twitter user wrote: ‘What do you think the key selling points of your house are? Um, definitely my original Gladiators poster and copious amount of porn.’
The property on Mulliner Street in the central England city boasts two reception rooms, a kitchen, a bathroom and two double bedrooms.
The Rightmove listing with the erotic posters clearly visible in the background of the double bedroom photo
The cramped terraced property from the outside. It is described as ‘in need of full refurbishment’
The full description posted online reads: ‘A fantastic investment opportunity.
‘This property briefly comprises of two bedroom mid terrace in need of full refurbishment, two reception rooms, kitchen, two double bedrooms and bathroom.’