Too good to be true? Not so. From a seaside home to a two-bed freehold house, these properties are all for sale for £10,000 or less.

You’d be forgiven for thinking that it is virtually impossible to buy a property for under £10,000 in 2020. But we've searched for seven properties that fit the smaller-than-usual bill on Zoopla

1. Beach home in Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Northumberland, for £8,995

Northumberland beach house for sale

With direct access onto the beach, this two-bed home is the perfect place to escape from urban life. For less than £10,000 you get two-bedrooms, a bathroom and living room/kitchen. But the main attractions are the spectacular sea views and perfect location for coastal walks and beach exploring. 

Available via LSL New Homes North

2. Luxury holiday lodge, Glenmor, Perthshire, from £9.250

Glenmor luxury lodge for sale

In the heart of the 850 acres Gleneagles Hotel Estate, Glenmor Village is made up of two, three and four-bedroom bedroom luxury lodges, all set around the lochan and village green. Each lodge combines country comfort with connected must-haves including an entertainment system, satellite television and complimentary wifi internet. The lodge also feature a scenic veranda complete with patio furniture - perfect for dining under the stars. 

Available via McEwan Fraser Legal

3. One-bed flat in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, for £3,000

 Cheap property in Huntingdon

This ground floor flat is within easy reach of the market town's restaurants, bars and shops. If you're priced out of London, this flat is just a short walk to Huntingdon train station, so you can arrive at London Kings Cross within an hour. The flat has one bedroom, one bathroom and a kitchen lounge and and has recently been decorated. There's a catch though - this flat is marketed on a part part, buy part rent basis of £3,000, plus £156 a week in rent. 

Available via Darlington Estate Agents

4. One-bed flat in Port Glasgow, for £10,000

 Flat for sale in Glasgow for £10,000

Located in a traditional sandstone building, this top-floor flat is priced to appeal to first-time buyers or buy-to-let investors. The selling agent reckons it produces £300-plus in rent per month. The block is located in the Port Glasgow  area, which is set to undergo a major regeneration. But keep your eyes peeled: a number of properties are earmarked for demolition. Tesco and Lidl supermarkets are both within five minutes.

Available via Future Property Auctions

5. Two-bed freehold house in Hartlepool, County Durham, for £10,000

Two bed house in Hartlepool

This mid-terraced house may be petite but it's a freehold property with two bedrooms and its own back yard. It's situated on Sheriff Street to the west of Hartlepool town centre. Hartlepool railway station connects to Sunderland, Newcastle and London Kings Cross. 

Available via Barnard Marcus Auctions  

6. One-bed flat in Washington, Sunderland

Flat in Washington

This first floor flat is in need of some modernisation but has a balcony and ample storage space with a large walk-in cupboard. It's a great buy-to-let investment.

Available via Your Move - Chris Stonock

7. Land for sale with planning permission for THREE houses in Goodwick, Pembrokeshire, for £5,000


Land for sale in Pembrokeshire

If you've ever fancied yourself as a property developer, this plot with planning permission for not one but three houses could be the start of a whole new career. The sloping plot has planning for three properties with allocated parking bays and all with spectacular views across Fishguard and Cardigan Bay.

One of the planned buildings is a detached three-bedroom house, affording water views from the living accommodation. The other two are semi-detached houses; one a two-storey, three-bedroom house, and the other a three-storey, three-bedroom house. 

Available via West Wales Properties 


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