Too good to be true? Not so. If you're after a renovation project or a doer-upper, we've found seven properties that could fit the bill.
You’d be forgiven for thinking it would be impossible to buy a property for £10,000 or less in 2021. But if you're after a renovation project, we've found some of the cheapest on the market today.
This attractive period property is a steal at £10,000. For sale by public auction, the home has a hall, kitchen/diner and reception downstairs and two bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs.
It comes with its own backyard and has gas fired central heating, which is in need of modernisation.
This residential investment property is for sale by public auction and is freehold, subject to the existing tenancy agreement.
Standing flush to the pavement, this end of terrace has two reception rooms and a kitchen downstairs and three bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs.
With gas central heating, the property also has UPVC double glazing and its own backyard. It's currently rented out for £425pcm, a total of £5,100 per annum.
For sale by public auction, this two-bedroom, mid-terraced property is a stone's throw from Lustrum Beck and local Grangefield Park.
In need of improvement works, it has a reception room, kitchen and bathroom downstairs, while upstairs are two bedrooms. The property also comes with its own backyard.
In need of modernisation, this freehold property is right by the Humber River and Immingham Docks in Hull.
Downstairs there’s a reception room, kitchen, bathroom and WC, while upstairs are three bedrooms.
The property comes with its own garden and has gas fired central heating and UPVC double glazing.
This two-bedroom terraced house near Buccleuch Docks in Cumbria comes as a freehold property.
Standing flush to the pavement, it has a reception room, kitchen and bathroom downstairs, while upstairs are two bedrooms.
In need of modernisation, the property comes with its own rear yard.
This two-bedroom terrace house in Frizington is a stone’s throw from Main Street’s local shops and amenities.
Downstairs is a reception room and kitchen, while upstairs are two bedrooms and a bathroom. Available for auction, the property also comes with its own backyard.
Coming up for auction, this freehold, three-bedroom terraced house in Ferryhill is available for £5,000.
With a reception room, kitchen and bathroom downstairs, it also comes with a small backyard.
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