From England and Northern Ireland, to Scotland and Wales (plus London), here’s what £309,500 will buy you in bricks and mortar.

The average UK house price currently stands at £309,500, according to Zoopla data. But what will that buy you in the different corners of the nation?

From Lisburn to Stalbridge, and Fort William to Llandeilo, not to mention London, here’s five properties for sale that fit the bill on Zoopla.


Three-bedroom detached house in Stalbridge, Dorset, for £309,950

This former haberdashers is a fine-looking period property. It’s been recently renovated and boasts a dual-aspect sitting room and large south-facing garden. But don’t expect to find any sewing-related features remaining. The house is located in the pretty Dorset town of Stalbridge and close to rolling English countryside.

Available via Symonds & Sampson


Four-bedroom new-build detached house in Lisburn for £309,950

This brand new property on the Strawberry Hill Lane development has all the mod cons. From thermostatically-controlled showers to uPVC double glazed windows, it’s a modern, comfortable and spacious home. And what’s more, the bright lights of the city are within striking distance.

Available via Reeds Rains


Two-bedroom cottage in Fort William for £310,000

This view over Loch Linnhe towards the mountains and open countryside takes some beating. Another property that has been fully renovated, West Lodge preserves old (exposed beams) and embraces the new (Victoria & Albert free-standing bath). There’s scope for this to be a happy home or successful self-catering business.

Available via MacPhee & Partners


Five-bedroom house in Llandeilo for £309,950

This period townhouse occupies a plum spot in the pretty market town of Llandeilo. It boasts views over the churchyard and King Street, up towards the Towy Valley. If you fancy escaping to something grander, the area is noted for its ancient castles, according to the selling agent.

Available via BJP


Studio in Chelsea, London, for £310,000

Well what did you expect? This first floor studio may not offer the space of, say, the Northern Irish property. But it is set within a smart residential development a stone’s throw from the glitzy King’s Road in the heart of the capital. And there’s concierge to boot. Best to keep belongings to a minimum.

Available via Foxtons

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