It's time for another Tiny house Tuesday, and today's properties are as charming as ever. These petite pads range from £122,500 up to £218,000.

1. One bedroom mid-terrace cottage in Horbury, Wakefield, for £122,500

If you’re looking for a dainty but pretty property then this one bedroom cottage fits the bill, it also comes with an open plan living area, private courtyard and allocated parking. With good links to Leeds thanks to the M1, this property would be perfect for a young professional couple looking to buy their first home.

Available via Richard Kendall 

2. One bedroom cottage in Polperro, Looe, for £145,000

Set in the peaceful fishing village of Polperro and just a short walk from the harbour is this unique character cottage. The property has recently been refurbished and the old and the new mesh together perfectly to create an ideal holiday home. There is also the benefit or no onward chain and all of the fixtures and fittings are included in the sale.

Available via Seasons Estate & Lettings Agents Ltd 

3. One bedroom terraced cottage in Mylor Bridge, Falmouth, for £169,950

Located in the popular Cornish village of Mylor Bridge is this one bedroom property, which with some slight modernising, could be an excellent place to retire. The village offers all of the essential amenities including general stores, a doctor’s surgery and a post office.

Available via Laskowski & Co 

4. One bedroom cottage in Hemingford Grey, Huntingdon, for £169,995

Built in the 1840’s, this Grade II listed cottage has been well maintained and is ready to move into immediately as there is no onward chain. The property is located down a picturesque private lane and is less than half an hour away from Peterborough where all the major amenities and faciltities are to be found.

Available via Peter Lane 

5. Two bedroom mid-terrace cottage in Beaumaris, Anglesey, for £218,000

Just a short walk away from the town centre and sea front is this Tardis like cottage that has been renovated and extended to make the most of its space. The property now has double glazed sash windows along with gas central heating and a slate surround fireplace.

Available via Joan Hopkin 

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