The former B&B Seafield House is available for £400,000 - the same price as a small London flat.
A twelve-bed house has gone up for sale but prospective buyers be warned - locals say it is HAUNTED.
The Victorian clifftop property has stunning views over the Atlantic but comes with one drawback - it is widely referred to as the "haunted house".
Neighbours claim they hear strange noises coming from the property at night, and an elderly lady has been spotted sitting at the window and waving.
The house, in Westward Ho! In Devon also needs "extensive refurbishment", and has huge cracks in the walls, with some rooms too dangerous to enter.
But the former B&B Seafield House is available for £400,000 - the same price as a small London flat.
It was originally built in the 1880s as a summer residence for London banker Brinsley De Courcey Nixon.
It was used by the Ministry of Defence during the Second World War as officers' quarters with Italian prisoners of war housed in nearby fields.
The property was then purchased in the 1950s and has been in the same family since then.
It became a bed and breakfast establishment for a number of years and then was used as a residential property.
Andrew Trump, manager of estate agency Seldons, which is organising its auction, said: "Nobody has been in here except the owner and a few people who cared for her for many years.
"It was completely choc-a-bloc with stuff.
"Some of the rooms still had the original bedsheets from when it was a bed and breakfast.
"We found ledgers from guests dating back to 1968," he said, adding that it took three months to clear the house for sale.
Three truckloads of Edwardian, Georgian and Victorian furniture from the house have already been sold at auction.