The two-bedroom house on Glamis Road in Tuebrook seems unrecognizable as it was fitted out by real estate developer Kieran Malone.
Kieran Malone, 31, from Aigburth, bought the house at auction for £ 38,500 and spent three months renovating it with a team of workers.
In total, the transformation cost £ 15,500 including legal fees – and the end result is incredible.
Kieran told ECHO: “It was a shock, we didn’t know what to expect.
“It was a bit of a revelation – it was unfortunately really. “
Before work began, Kieran said the house was “uninhabitable” due to the amount of garbage that had caused the planks of the floor to collapse in some places.
But thanks to a complete renovation it now looks like a whole different property and could become an ideal home for a couple or a family.
Kieran said, “We had five dumpsters full of trash – we had one dumpster for each room, there was just as much.
“Part of the floor had collapsed, so I had to put on new floorboards. It was unlivable.
“We didn’t know the floor had collapsed, there were so many things in some rooms. Even the bathroom was full of clothes and stuff. “
Photos taken before the renovation show the dirt and grime that had accumulated on the walls and the personal effects piled up in each room.
Kieran started buying and selling properties in his early twenties when he started his own company, Kieran Malone Properties.
He is now considering renting a property on Glamis Road for a cost of £ 600 per month.
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