This week we’re taking a look at two properties that are both on the market for £170,000, but are located on very different coasts. Which one would you chose?

Situated on the banks of the Tay Estuary is this three bedroom detached bungalow in Newburgh, Cupar. All of the bedrooms are a good size and the master even has its own en suite. The contemporary kitchen easily has room for a dining table and the bright lounge also has plenty of space.

Outside there are both front and rear gardens which have been landscaped, there is also the added benefit of there being an integrated garage as well as a driveway. This property sits in a quiet cul de sac and has partial views of the river Tay, it would make for an excellent home to downsize or retire to.

Newburgh has all of the main amenities that you could need such as schools, shops and parks, but if you require a wider range of facilities then it is only around a 20 minute drive to Perth and Cupar. 

On the coast of West Sussex you could buy this former fisherman’s cottage in Bognor Regis. This quirky two bedroom property is believed to date back to the 1800’s but it now has a modern interior.

The first bedroom can be found on the ground floor while the stylish master bedroom has the first floor to itself. The lounge is cosy but bright thanks to a large bay window and although the shaker style kitchen is petite, it has all of the appliances you could need.

This property could be an excellent holiday home as the cottage is located just minutes away from Bognor Regis pier and promenade, while the town centre has a great variety of shops and restaurants. The train station is also less than half a mile away, with trains running regularly into London Victoria.

Here are three more properties by the sea that are on the market for £170,000:

1. This two bedroom terrace just outside of Penzance could be a great holiday home with a little bit of love.

2. A two bedroom lodge in Nefyn, Pwllheli, with stunning sea views.


3. This modern two bedroom end of terrace house in Ventnor on the Isle Of Wight.

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