A HOUSE that may require a bit of a touch-up has hit the market. 

The west Cumbrian property is now on the market for the bargain price of £15,000.

This could be a future home, located in Frizington, but it will require a complete renovation before it becomes the house of someone's dreams. 

This particular house benefits from being close to two local primary schools, St Joseph's Catholic Primary School and Frizington Community Primary School. 

The house is situated in the centre of Frizington, at the very heart of the village.

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Frizington is a popular place to live in west Cumbria as it is well-positioned and is within easy reach of major points of interest and tourist destinations in the Lake District. 

The property comes with two bedrooms making it suitable for one person or a couple looking to buy their first home.

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Other points of interest nearby include the coastline and towns like Whitehaven, Maryport, and St Bees, which are only a short drive from the village. 

The estate agents have described the property as a traditionally-constructed mid-terrace cottage benefitting from double glazing and central heating, offering well-proportioned accommodation and significant scope to add value in this area of high rental demand.

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There is also further scope to utilise as a short-term let with its close proximity to the heart of the Lake District.

Auction House Lincolnshire, North Notts, and South Yorks, the estate agent, said: "Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries of the relevant statutory authorities.

"Services, apparatus, and equipment have not been tested by Auction House and therefore cannot be verified as being in working order. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor/surveyor."

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The photos of the property show that there is structural damage and internal issues. 

The prospective buyer would have to put some work into the property before it became suitable to live in.

However, the house does have potential for the right person to bring it back to life and make it a home once more.