Feeling the pinch after a heady Christmas and New Year? Check out these 5 homes for sale on Zoopla, each of which represents amazing value for money.

1. Two-bedroom terraced house in Monkswell Street, Liverpool

Price: £75,000

Why it’s great value: Great house for your money – and no stamp duty

It is possible to find cheaper houses for sale in Merseyside but this smart two-bedroom terrace comes with a tip-top interior, fantastic links into Liverpool city centre and even a buyer’s incentive of £1,000. So, for the £75,000 price tag, we think it’s a steal.

Available via Jones & Chapman 

2. Five-bedroom detached house in Cranmer Close, Blaby, Leicester

Price: £325,000

Why it’s great value: Massive price reduction

If you love January sales, then this new-build home which has been reduced in price by a whopping £100,000 should have you itching to go for a viewing. Inside you’ll find a high-end kitchen and breakfast room, along with a master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and a dressing room.

Available via Connells 

3. Three-bedroom semi-detached house in Leavesden, Watford, Hertfordshire

Price: £415,000

Why it's great value: Bags of room for improvement

Want to add value and don't mind getting your hands dirty? This semi-detached home is crying out for a side extension, although you’ll need planning permission. The asking price is well below the typical £484,936 for a semi-detached home in the area, so even without extending, you’ll be getting a great deal.

Available via Claytons Estate Agents 

4. Five-bedroom semi-detached house in Lansdowne Road, Croydon, Surrey

Price: £440,000

Why it's great value: Potential bargain at auction and investment opportunity 

For real value in Greater London, head to the auction house. This period property has been split into two flats, which could be renovated and rented or sold. Or it could be restored as one luxurious family home. Either option should put pounds in your pocket.

Available via Harman Healy 

5. Three-bedroom end terrace house in Borderside, Slough

Price: £300,000

Why it's great value: Easy commute (that's going to get even better)

While it’s still expensive in comparison to the rest of the UK, Slough still offers reasonable house prices in contrast to those seen in heart of London. With Crossrail set to fully open in 2019, this terraced house less which is less than a mile from the station could be a great buy.

Available via Chancellors 

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