This once grand house has been lying empty and derelict since being hit by two arson attacks in 2017.
It has now become the target of fly-tippers and a mountain of old tyres, household rubbish and other such stuff has built up around the burnt-out shell.
A West Midlands Fire Service spokesman said at the time of the second blaze: “We received a number of 999 calls to say the property was on fire.
“We sent two appliances from Handsworth and Aston fire Stations and a hydraulic platform was also used.
There was 100 per cent fire damage to the roof of the property and the first floor was severely fire damaged. This was a deliberate act.”
All eyes are now on the council and the owner to get this eyesore sorted.