There's no simple answer. However, letting it in its present state probably falls foul of a host of local authority bye-laws [damp, so not fit for habitation?] The internet/picture do not count as part of the contract (for the same reasons that Estate Agents' brochures re sale don't form part of contract of sale) but it sounds like clear misrepresentation and also possible breach of Trades Description Act.
Did she pay by credit card [might have rights against c/card company] and does she have legal expenses insurance?
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