RUSH HOUR: Mums Slam Messy State of House in Online Advert

Mumsnet users have slammed the untidy owners of a £1.2 million ($AU2.2m) property for sale in London.

The online advert on property website Zoopla features a messy three-bedroom home in Stoke Newington with a bathtub overfilled with dirty laundry and a loo in need of a good scrub.

According to the listing, the property offers “plenty of potential for those wishing to create their ideal dream [home].”

But one outspoken mum has sparked a debate on the parenting website by arguing that the owners could have made an effort to do the washing first.

Posting on Mumsnet, she complained: “For £1.25 million you’d think they’d have made it tidy!

“I know Stoke Newington in London is an expensive area but really!”

“I’m assuming it’s currently rented out and the landlord doesn’t want to miss out on a penny of his/her rent.”

The reactions to her post have rolled in, with other women quick to express their disgust at the messy state of the home.

One user said: “Slum landlord I think. But they could have opened the curtains and cleaned the toilet! It’s almost as if they made it look as bad as it possibly could — perhaps a strategy on the tenants’ part?”

“£1.2 mill for a small grotty sh**hole,” another said.

But another mum defended the renters suggesting that “some people live like that and don’t see a problem with it”.The women complained about the bottles left out on the table. Picture: Zoopla

The bathroom was one of the main areas they criticised. Picture: Zoopla