A Lowestoft flat has featured in BBC's Homes Under the Hammer.

Presenter Jacqui Joseph was in the "glorious seaside town" to see a one-bedroom first-floor flat.

The flat is 100m from the beach and was a "blank canvas" ready to be redone.

The space needed full refurbishment with a new kitchen, bathroom and windows as well as the installation of central heating.

It was bought at auction for £55,000 by retired gardener Tony as a project with business partner and seasoned property developer Jackie.

The pair planned on making it into a two-bedroom flat by turning the kitchen into a bedroom and moving the kitchen to the living space.

Jacqui came back after the six-week renovation to find the house fully done with Tony and Jackie having spent £7,000 more than their £25,000 budget.

Paul Hubbard of Paul Hubbard Estate Agents said the flat could rent for £700pcm and sell for £125,000.

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 their properties.