Hilarious RightMove ad for 1-bed flat lists lunatic neighbour as key feature

A one-bedroom flat was put up for sale on Rightmove, with the owner stating in the description that the property comes with its very own "lunatic neighbour".

The shockingly hilarious ad listed the tongue-in-cheek comment as one of the upmarket flat's "key features" – but this might not be the best way to attract potential buyers who are looking to move somewhere for the long-term.

The estate agents responsible for advertising the property, Reeds Rains, appeared to have missed the blunder, going on to describe the one-bedroom flat as a "spacious" ground floor apartment in easy reach of plenty of amenities.

They even invited anyone who was viewing the property online to flag any “errors” with the listing by using a feature on the Rightmove website.

According to the advert, which was posted yesterday, the flat has been redecorated and refurbished.

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The owner is asking for £99,950 for lucky buyers to move in and live next door to the "lunatic neighbour" in the property, which is situated near Burnley in Lancashire.

Whatever it is that makes the neighbour a "lunatic", the advert doesn't go into any further detail about.

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Other key features of the property are listed as being close to amenities, vacant possession and having maintained gardens.

A full description of the property said: “Spacious one bedroom ground floor apartment. Situated on the outskirts of Crawshawbooth which has a variety of shops and eateries.

“Newly decorated and new floor coverings. Transport links are also within easy reach.

“The accommodation comprises: entrance hallway with inbuilt storage, lounge, new fitted kitchen, bathroom and a double bedroom.

“There are maintained communal garden areas and a lockable storage area.”

The listing has now been removed from the Rightmove website, but it still appears on Primelocation.

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