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The family agreed and now it has gone on the market with a haunting notice for potential buyers. On the estate agent Manning Stainton profile, a description reads: “Please be aware this property is being sold by family members as part of a relative’s estate. It was the deceased’s wish to be buried in the garden as he was born and died in the house.
“This wish has been carried out and the property will be sold as is.”
For an asking price of £125,000 the next owner would get an entrance hall, a living room with a wood stove, sliding doors through to the conservatory, a “pine” fitted dining kitchen, three “good size bedrooms” and a white suite bathroom.
Outside, at the front of the property on Sissons Street, there is a shared drive and the back garden – the final resting place of the last owner – has a lawn and wood sheds that are perfect for storage.
Estate agent, Manning Stainton points out that part of the garden is currently rented from Leeds City Council.
There is no onward chain.
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