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The real estate agent uses images of the & # 39; cannabis farm & # 39; in the bedroom of the house in Greater Manchester


Real estate agent touts £ 135,000 townhouse for sale – complete with an obvious CANNABIS FARM scattered across the property

  • Landwood Group advertised their Greater Manchester home on Rightmove
  • Pictures show a room with 27 flower pots that are placed under radiators
  • The windows are covered with heat-resistant plastic to keep the room warmer

A real estate agent has put up pictures of what appears to be a cannabis farm in a room of one of the houses he sold for £ 135,250.

The Landwood Group advertised their Hyde, Greater Manchester home on Rightmove.

However, internal images of the house appear to show a room where cannabis was mass-produced using 27 plant pots placed under radiators.

A real estate agent has put up pictures of what appears to be a cannabis farm in a room of one of the houses he sold for £ 135,250. In the picture: 27 plant pots under radiators

The Landwood Group advertised the Hyde in Cheshire on Rightmove. In the picture: heaters hang from the ceiling next to windows made of heat-resistant plastic

The Landwood Group advertised the Hyde in Cheshire on Rightmove. In the picture: heaters hang from the ceiling next to windows made of heat-resistant plastic

Another picture of the three bedroom home shows a large makeshift vent that runs through the property

Another picture of the three bedroom home shows a large makeshift vent that runs through the property

The windows appear to be covered in heat-resistant plastic to keep the room warmer – cannabis should be grown between 20 ° C and 30 ° C.

Listed at a target price of £ 90,000, the property sold at auction on December 9 for £ 45,250 more than expected, according to The Sun.

According to the news page, a note on the list said: "Please note that the internal images originally used were historical".

Listed at a target price of £ 90,000, the property was sold at auction on December 9 for £ 45,250 more than expected

Listed at a target price of £ 90,000, the property was sold at auction on December 9 for £ 45,250 more than expected

The bathroom also appears to be covered with tape that says "Do not use"

The bathroom also appears to be covered with tape that says "Do not use"

The Rightmove ad reads: "The property consists of an empty mid-size townhouse with three bedrooms and a study that benefits from double glazing and central heating (untested) and is in need of renovation."

Another picture of the three bedroom home shows a large makeshift vent that runs through the property.

The bathroom also appears to be covered with tape that says, "Do not use."

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