On sale for just £50,000: The fire ravaged three-bed house in Oxford

On sale for just £50,000: The fire ravaged three-bed house in Oxford
On sale for just £50,000: The fire ravaged three-bed house in Oxford
On sale for just £50,000: The fire ravaged three-bed house in Oxford that could be yours for a song – but it needs a complete rebuild and you view it at your 'own risk' The terraced property in Watlington Road, Cowley, needs a complete rebuild after it burned down in February Buyers, who can view the house 'at their own risk', have been warned the property is the 'ultimate fixer upper' Home boasts three bedrooms, a bathroom and on the ground floor as well as a reception room and a kitchen Devastatingly, the previous homeowner - 77-year-old Martin Patten - was killed in the blaze with his dog Jolly 

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A fire ravaged three-bed house in Oxford that needs a complete rebuild and can be viewed by potential buyers at their 'own risk' has gone on sale for just £50,000. 

The terraced property in Watlington Road, Cowley, has been listed for the modest sum after being burnt to the ground in February.

Ten months after the tragic blaze, potential buyers have now been given the opportunity to take on what has been described as the 'ultimate fixer upper' that would need a complete rebuild.

Repair work alone could cost hundreds of thousands of pounds, buyers have been warned. The property is by far the cheapest on the market in Oxford but comes with no roof, is currently boarded up and is need of a lot of work.

It burnt down earlier this year in a blaze that killed homeowner Martin Patten, 77, and his dog Jolly. 

This fire ravaged three-bed house in Oxford that needs a complete rebuild and can be viewed by potential buyers at their 'own risk' has gone on sale for just £50,000

This fire ravaged three-bed house in Oxford that needs a complete rebuild and can be viewed by potential buyers at their 'own risk' has gone on sale for just £50,000

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