British real estate website gave potential house hunters more than they expected recently when a home being used as an indoor marijuana garden was listed for sale online. The listing for the two-bedroom Victorian residence in Easton, Bristol included photos of one of the bedrooms complete with plants and cultivation equipment. 

Apparently in a rush to advertise the property, the real estate company took promotional photos before the approximately three-dozen plant pots, ventilation pipes, fans and scattered potting soil could be removed.

The listing stated, “Items shown in photographs are NOT included unless specifically mentioned within the sales particulars … They may however be available by separate negotiation."

Originally offered at £130,000, the home was removed from the Rightmove site by real estate agency Besley Hill after prospective buyers saw the listing and posted references to it on social media. Police were then tipped off and raided the home, disabling the grow equipment. No arrests were made in the case. 

You can see the original listing here.