A TWO-bed home is up for sale for only £170k but the back garden holds a secret collectors could only dream of.
The property in Knightswood, Glasgow includes an outhouse that current owner Peter Anderson uses to hold his King-sized haul of Elvis Presley memorabilia.
The semi-detached home, in Hurlford Avenue, has two spacious top floor double bedrooms, one with it’s own ensuite shower room.
The downstairs has a large front facing lounge with big bay windows looking out onto the driveway.
There is also a downstairs bathroom which has a toilet and bath tub.
The kitchen leads out into the back garden with a raised decking, astroturfed lawn and an outbuilding- home to the 4,000 memorabilia pieces Peter has picked up over the years.
The loft space has also been floored and lined and gas central heating heats the property with double glazing to keep the heat in.
The front of the house has a large, open mono-block driveway with space for multiple cars.
The property is on the market with Yopa and can be viewed on Rightmove here, where more details can be requested.
We previously told how current owner Peter had collected around £250,000 worth of pieces from all over the world.
It includes 45 statues, two of which can be seen at the fence of the property, gold discs, a Presley jukebox and slot machine, pictures, records, coins and other treasures.
He even has an Elvis themed car registration E15 PRE, which used to take pride of place on his old Elvis-designed jeep.
Over the years he has visited Elvis’ home in Memphis, Tennessee, four time and snagged gear from Japan, China, Germany and France.
The grandad heartbreaking announced his plan to sell his collection as he plans to downsize his property.
He said: “It breaks my heart to let this stuff go but it’s the right time
“I’ve easily got 4,000 items, maybe more.
“A lot of it is collectible and you can’t buy it anywhere else.
“If I move I’ve nowhere to put everything. I still love Elvis, but it’s time to get rid of it all.”
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