A home in Great Yarmouth is to appear on a popular BBC show after selling at auction.

The property is set to undergo a renovation as the show Homes Under the Hammer tracks its journey.

After appearing at Auction House East Anglia in March, Jacqui Joseph, one of the show's hosts, visited the property on Tuesday to start filming.

Great Yarmouth Mercury: The fitted kitchenThe fitted kitchen (Image: Auction House East Anglia)Great Yarmouth Mercury: The downstairs roomThe downstairs room (Image: Auction House East Anglia)The two-storey, three-bedroom house, in Tottenham Street sold for £71,500 and to carpenter Richard Nugent.

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It is the first property that Mr Nugent will flip and he is planning a full renovation over the next four months before selling it later in the year.

Great Yarmouth Mercury: The bathroomThe bathroom (Image: Auction House East Anglia)Great Yarmouth Mercury: One of the upstairs roomsOne of the upstairs rooms (Image: Auction House East Anglia)

After first airing in 2003, the show is now in its 27th series and has had a tight grip on BBC One's daytime schedule for more than 20 years.

The show will follow Mr Nugent on his renovation journey with local property experts visiting before and after.

The Homes Under the Hammer team is set to return towards the end of the year once the renovation is complete.