Sheffield 'eco-house' in one of UK's hippest suburbs on sale for £300,000 - but people say it looks like a prison
A "stunning" terraced house has gone up for sale in Sheffield and is turning heads for its environmentally friendly design that isn't a hit with everyone.
The house in Kelham Island is on the market for £300,000 and features two bedrooms.
According to Purplebricks, the company marketing it, the property is "a fabulous opportunity to buy a stunning chain-free property in arguably the area’s most desirable location".
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In the accompanying brochure, it says: “The property has a stunning roof terrace accessed directly from the magnificent open plan living area. Viewing is a must.”
However, not everyone is fan of the property with multiple people commenting that they mistook the house for a prison.
One reader said: "Looks like a prison," with another posting: "I thought they were prison blocks .....not very nice on the eye."
Other comments criticising the decision saw one person write: "Looks like the inside was designed by a 2 year old, love the £50 beds," with another adding: "Sod that, I wunt pay 300 quid, ney mind what it's for sale for, looks naff (sic)."
What do you think of the house? You can see the property for yourself in our gallery below.