Homes Under the Hammer buyer completely transforms 'uninhabitable' house – and is laughing all the way to the bank | The Sun

A HOMES Under the Hammer buyer completely transformed their 'uninhabitable' house – and laughed all the way to the bank.

In a recent episode of the BBC show saw presenter Martel Maxwell visit the area of Haymarket in Edinburgh, Scotland.

The presenter, 45, visited a one-bed ground floor flat which was priced at £110,000, however she confessed that the auction catalogue described it as "currently uninhabitable".

The property looked very bare with no flooring and plug sockets falling out of the walls.

A man called Amir bought the flat for £117,000.

He had huge plans and confessed that he was going to keep the open place living and kitchen area, as well as making it super modern with lots of impressive technology.

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The guest also wanted to create low cost energy bills by adding LED lighting, and was keen to make a utility room.

He confessed that he had a budget of £16,000 to do so.

Later on in the show they returned to the property and it had totally transformed.

The kitchen featured white walls, matching tiles and cupboards.

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They added a pop of colour by fitting in brown oak flooring.

They bedroom and living room followed a very similar simple yet stylish vibe.

Initially he wanted to spend only £16,000, but ended up spending £22,000 in total.

When a property expert valued the flat, they said that it would be between £165,000 to £170,000 – more than £116,000 more than he paid for the property.

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