An aunt and nephew team renovated a three-bedroom home and flipped it for a 50pc price increase on Homes Under The Hammer.

Presenter Jacqui Joseph was visiting a residential street of period terrace properties in Lowestoft close to the seafront.

The bay-fronted three-bedroom terrace had original features like high skirting boards, arches and corbels.

On the ground floor, there were two reception rooms, a dining room, a kitchen and a bathroom.

There were three bedrooms upstairs and a small garden to the back.

It was bought in October 2022 by Sandra and her nephew Callum.

They paid £137,000 with plans for a four-month refurb and a budget of £25,000.

Sandra and Callum mainly updated and decorated the property, making one of the reception rooms into a bedroom and adding a small toilet upstairs.

In May 2023, Chris Bailey from Auction House East Anglia said the house could rent for £850pcm or sell for £200,000.

Homes Under the Hammer is a daytime BBC show that visits properties across the country which are available for purchase by auction.

It then follows the journey of buyers as they renovate the properties.