I bought a house at auction after only seeing some photos…I was terrified it’d be ugly, it’s probably not recommended

CHOOSING a house is one of the biggest decisions anyone will have to make.

After all, there are many different factors to consider – and it doesn't come cheap.

But one brave woman, who lives in the UK, decided to push all of her worries aside.

Instead, she took the bold move of deciding to buy a house at auction – and won after seeing only a floor plan and some photos.

Taking to TikTok, the homeowner name Alicja, shared a clip of her first visit to her house.

The house, which features boarded up windows and is stripped of any form of decoration, appears to be in desperate need of some TLC – something Alicja is going to work on over the coming months.

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Unsurprisingly, a lot of her social media followers had a lot to say on the matter.

"100% that's a murder horror house," wrote one.

A second commented: "Let the hauntings begin,' while a third added: "Bad vibes straight away. Something bad happened there."

Meanwhile, others remained a little more optimistic and reassured Alicja that they saw the potential in the property.


"Got lot of potential that house," enthused one.

A second keen to hear more about the unusual house-buying process asked: "How did you buy from auction – can you teach me please?"

In response, Alicja commented: "Just find a house which you like and follow steps online. I don't speak English well and I did it."

Another asked whether she planned on living there or will just renovate and sell it, to which Alicja wrote: "I'm planning move there, but who knows?"

Elsewhere, one more social media user questioned: "Why does it have wood on the windows and doors…I have always wondered?"

The new homeowner explained it's because the house was left empty so all of the locks were removed from the doors and doors and windows were covered by board.

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And speaking from experience, a further wrote: "With this kind of purchase, bug bomb the whole house and use more than is recommended. Better to be safe than sorry."

Alicja replied: "The house is not damaged. Is just very dirty."

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