Two properties, both in need of repairs and located within scenic areas of the UK, have been put up for sale.
One property, a remote cottage sitting between the Settle to Carlisle railway and the Yorkshire Three Peaks route, has gone on sale for £300,000 after sitting unoccupied for the past decade.
The other property, a two-bedroomed house in the North Wales village of Trawsfynydd, has been listed for sale at £40,000 with the All Wales Auction.
Both properties have undergone some renovations, but still require significant work before they could be homely again.
BBC News reported that the remote cottage between Settle to Carlisle railway and the Yorkshire Three Peaks route has no mains electricity or water, can only be accessed by 4x4 or quad bike from Ribblehead, and was described as needing "quite a bit of love".
Fisher Hopper, the estate agent handling the sale, stated that the property generated significant interest worldwide.
The Mirror's report on the Snowdonia property described it as the UK's "cheapest home" and noted that it is in a state of disrepair.
Pictures of the interior on Rightmove showed that the property has been stripped bare, and major work will be needed to make it habitable.
The report added that the house, which has two bedrooms, has been listed for £40,000.
While both properties require significant investment, they have piqued interest due to their scenic locations.
Fisher Hopper's Darren Spratt characterised the remote cottage as an "exciting renovation project", while the All Wales Auction's Catherine Williams noted that while the Trawsfynydd house has seen some renovations, it would still require significant work to make it homely.