Estate agent uses pictures of ‘cannabis farm’ in bedroom of Greater Manchester home

An estate agent has put pictures up of what appears to be a cannabis farm in a room of one of the houses it sold for £135,250. 

Landwood Group put the advertisement for the home in Hyde, Greater Manchester, on Rightmove. 

However, internal pictures of the house seem to show a room which has been used to mass produce cannabis with 27 plant pots rigged up underneath heaters. 

An estate agent has put pictures up of what appears to be a cannabis farm in a room of one of the houses it sold for £135,250. Pictured: 27 plant pots rigged up underneath heaters

An estate agent has put pictures up of what appears to be a cannabis farm in a room of one of the houses it sold for £135,250. Pictured: 27 plant pots rigged up underneath heaters

An estate agent has put pictures up of what appears to be a cannabis farm in a room of one of the houses it sold for £135,250. Pictured: 27 plant pots rigged up underneath heaters

Landwood Group put the advertisement for the Hyde, Cheshire, home on Rightmove. Pictured: Heaters hanging from the ceiling next to windows covered in heat-resistant plastic

Landwood Group put the advertisement for the Hyde, Cheshire, home on Rightmove. Pictured: Heaters hanging from the ceiling next to windows covered in heat-resistant plastic

Landwood Group put the advertisement for the Hyde, Cheshire, home on Rightmove. Pictured: Heaters hanging from the ceiling next to windows covered in heat-resistant plastic 

Another picture of the three-bedroom house shows a large makeshift ventilation shaft running through the property

Another picture of the three-bedroom house shows a large makeshift ventilation shaft running through the property

Another picture of the three-bedroom house shows a large makeshift ventilation shaft running through the property

The windows appear to be covered in heat-resistant plastic to keep the room warmer – cannabis should be grown between 20C and 30C. 

The property, listed with a guide price of £90,000, sold at an auction on December 9 for £45,250 more than expected, according to The Sun.  

A note on the listing said, ‘Please note the original internal pictures used were historic,’ according to the news site.  

The property, listed with a guide price of £90,000, sold at an auction on December 9 for £45,250 more than expected

The property, listed with a guide price of £90,000, sold at an auction on December 9 for £45,250 more than expected

The property, listed with a guide price of £90,000, sold at an auction on December 9 for £45,250 more than expected

The bathroom also appears to be covered in masking tape which reads: 'Do not use'

The bathroom also appears to be covered in masking tape which reads: 'Do not use'

The bathroom also appears to be covered in masking tape which reads: ‘Do not use’

The Rightmove advert claims: ‘The property comprises a vacant three bedroom plus study, mid terrace house which benefits from double glazing and central heating (not tested) and is in need of refurbishment.’

Another picture of the three-bedroom house shows a large makeshift ventilation shaft running through the property. 

The bathroom also appears to be covered in masking tape which reads: ‘Do not use.’ 

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