Found this leaf locally for €11k (for reference, a brand new leaf is currently €39k locally but gets a €12k govt grant for a final cost of €27k). It's a 2017 with the full spec (locally called Tekna, with 360° cameras, and heated seats).
Owner found themselves in a situation where they didn't need to use the car and left it parked in a garage for a year without it being started, moved or charged. The dust and leaves, general condition, light rust on the brake disks etc. all attest to that. The 12V battery was killed over this period and replaced with a new 12V battery by the current owners before we came for a viewing.
The leafspy screenshot is how we found it on the viewing. The car hasn't been driven since the insurance was allowed to lapse, so it's safe to assume that's how it was stored. Cell voltages hovering around the sweet spot of 3.92V. The SoH is very low (70%) for a car with only 17,000km. I suspect it's just the BMS being pessimistic due to the year of storage and I hope a few full charge/discharge cycles will restore the "true" SoH value. I'm a little concerned about the one cell in particular that's 40mV lower than the rest of the pack.
Physically speaking it needs a good cleaning but everything I tested (including air conditioner) seems to work and suspension strut tops have surprisingly little rust. Brake fluid and coolant look to be in good clean condition. Tyres have lots of tread left.
I've attached leafspy screenshot below (VIN removed for privacy) -