- A remote cottage in the English countryside is on the market for ?250,000, or about $300,000.
- A lack of water and electricity may deter buyers from bidding on the home, on sale since last year.
- See inside the decrepit house, an "exciting renovation project" a 20-minute walk from any parking.
This house in northern England was once the home of a railway worker at a nearby station. It's been abandoned for a decade and is currently on the market for ?250,000, or about $300,000.
The home is set amid the rolling hills of Yorkshire Dales National Park, a two-hour drive north of Manchester.
The path to the house, which sits about a mile from the nearest road, is "only suitable for 4x4 vehicles and quads," like ATVs, according to the listing by UK real-estate firm Fisher Hopper.
Source: Fisher Hopper
"It's about a 20- to 25-minute walk to the property," listing agent Darren Spratt, of Fisher Hopper, told the BBC. "That's one way to lug your shopping."