House buyer says his £340,000 dream newly-built home turned into property from ...

A father-of-one claims that his £340,000 dream home turned out to be a 'nightmare from hell' after he moved in and discovered more than 150 faults.   

Bryan Don, 42, moved into the new-build in Garston, Liverpool on December 22 and said he was horrified by the state the property was in.

The property is in Ollerton Grange, an estate developed by Morris Homes.   

Bryan Don, 42, claims that he found 154 faults with his dream home the day he moved in with his family

Bryan Don, 42, claims that he found 154 faults with his dream home the day he moved in with his family

After having problems with his previous new-build home, Mr Don claims he told Morris staff he wanted to perform a 'snagging' visit to flag any issues before moving in.

However, the day before they were due to move in, he and his partner Zoe arrived to do a walk-through and said they found several jobs still unfinished - including a water leak on one of the ceilings.

They moved in on December 22 and Mr Don says that he started noticing problems as soon as the family arrived at their new home.

A spokesperson for Morris Homes said they 'take the quality of their homes very seriously' and were 'sorry that, on this occasion, our customer is not completely satisfied'.

The father-of-one took these photos which show plastering work done to fix some of the problems - he says they were taken a month after moving in 

The father-of-one took these photos which show plastering work done to fix some of the problems - he says they were taken a month after moving in 

Project manager Mr Don claims to have found wet marks on the ceilings, lines in the plaster and no grass laid in the back garden, as it was 'too wet' to put the turf down.

He said: 'We moved all our stuff in and I started noticing all the issues - by the early hours of the morning, I had 154 issues.'

He paid £336,750 for the Garston property - and he claims he and his partner added an extra £16,500 onto the price by paying for top-of-the range upgrades.

Despite the payment, he says the quality of the work that went into his new-build was 'shoddy' and that jobs

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