Ever wondered what kind of house you could buy for less than £160,000?
From studio cottages to three-bedroom family homes, we’ve done the research for you and found a selection of the least expensive homes currently for sale in the Mid-Devon area.
Brook Street, Dawlish – £120,000
The house features a mezzanine bedroom area. (Dart & Partners )
Close to Dawlish town centre is this link detached cottage, which has been newly renovated. The property is made up of a sitting room, a kitchen, and a shower room on the ground floor, with a mezzanine bedroom upstairs. In the living space is a built-in wardrobe and stylish exposed stone walls.
Lemon Road, Newton Abbot – £130,000
The appropriately yellow house is on Lemon Road. (Your Move )
This cheerful yellow terraced house on Lemon Road in Newton Abbot is being offered through modern auction with a guide price of £130,000. On the ground floor of the property is a lounge, a kitchen and a shower room, as well as a door leading to the rear courtyard outside. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms.
Fore Street, Buckfastleigh – £145,000
The house has a fitted kitchen and three double bedrooms. (Complete Property Agents )
This terraced house on Fore Street in Buckfastleigh is the perfect size for a family. The house features a lounge/ dining room on the ground floor, as well as a fitted kitchen. Upstairs, there are three double bedrooms and a shower room. The property also has access to a rear porch area.
Jordan Street, Buckfastleigh – £146,000
The property is bright inside as it features a skylight in the kitchen. (Stags )
This terraced cottage is close to the centre of Buckfastleigh, and the agent says it could be “perfect” for a first-time buyer. The rendered cottage is made up of an entrance hall, a lounge/dining room, a kitchen with a pantry cupboard, one bedroom and a bathroom. There is also under-stairs storage and a utility room.
Fore Street, Chudleigh – £159,000
The house, called Well Cottage, has a courtyard area outdoors. (Autograph Estate Agents )
This single storey character property is link detached and features exposed timbers, exposed stone and vaulted ceilings. The house includes a sitting/dining room, a kitchen, one bedroom and a bathroom, as well as a conservatory. It also features a courtyard garden.