A THREE bedroom house with its own sun-kissed garden has hit the market for the same price as a vintage handbag.
Mid terraced house in Stanley, County Durham for sale at the amazingly low bargain price of £5,000.
Located in the middle of Pine Street, it has a reception room, kitchen, three spacious bedrooms, lobby and family bathroom on the ground floor.
The house also has a back garden – perfect for those with children who want a safe place to play.
Despite the estate’s great amenities, it would cost you more to buy a used Chanel by Karl Lagerfeld Timeless Bag – which would set you back £5,400.
The house, which is being auctioned by underthehammer.com with a guide price of just £5,000, could also be extended backwards depending on the plans and would be ideal for investors looking for a project.
It has fantastic transport links, being around five miles from Chester-le-Street train station, meaning owners could be in the nation’s capital within four hours.
Shoppers can also enjoy days in the historic city of Durham as it is only a 20 minute drive away.
The house is also close to local elementary schools for families.
In Stanley the average house price is £110,000 compared to London where it is £670,000.
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In the meantime, a four-room house has also come onto the market at an unbelievably low price.
The bargain three-storey property has a balcony, but at just £25,000 it’s a bargain.
London’s typically stunning house prices have a reputation for breaking the bank – including the UK’s most expensive studio at £1.85million.
The capital’s most expensive mansion was built in 2016 for over £55m, making the Finchley estate even more attractive to more budget-conscious homeowners.
But while it may not be able to compete with those northern homes that have sold for just £1 at auction, the north London residence still looks set to be in the running for deal of the century.
Located above a pharmacy, this bargain hotel is just over a mile from Finchley Central Station and offers ideal access to the nation’s capital.
At the other end of the spectrum, a seven-acre £1.5million winery has come on the market – with storage for 25,000 bottles.
Kent’s nearest wine merchant can now snag Barnsole Vineyard near Canterbury along with all its labels.
Opened almost 30 years ago, the vintage property has certainly gotten better with age and now produces up to 80,000 bottles of Plonk each year.
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