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Quids in! Agency listing mistakenly goes live with £1 asking price

Every agent likes to have their phones ringing off the hook.

So London agent Robert Irving Burns must have been excited when it was getting lots of enquiries about a new office listing in Euston.

It was listed on Rightmove as a “well-located mid-terrace building” close to Regents Park and University College London.


Buyers would get a “ground floor cafe premises together with three self-contained flats above.”

The only problem was that it was listed at the wrong price.

The property, 115 Euston Street, London, was mistakenly listed for £1 instead of its auction guide price of £950,000.

Hence an influx of calls from interested buyers.

An employee told The Sun that this was a mistake by a third party and the listing has now been changed.

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