Inside incredibly cheap three-bedroom house with guide price of just £19,000


Property buyers keen to take on a housing project which might need a little love and care could pick themselves up a bargain at the auction sale

The property is on the market at £19,000

A property promises to give one lucky house buyer a leg up on to the housing ladder.

And for those trying to buy for the first time, it can sometimes seem impossible.

In the current climate, with a cost of living crisis stretching people further, it can feel like the cost of everything is going up.

Every penny is being made to stretch further and nowhere is this more noticeable than among potential first-time home buyers looking to get a start on the housing ladder.

But Derbyshire Live reports not all homes have to cost a fortune and there are certainly some bargains to be had in some areas.







For just £19,000, homebuyers could find themselves a bargain
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Anyone who is keen to take on a housing project which might need a little love and care could pick themselves up a bargain.

Currently listed on Zoopla is this bargain three-bedroomed semi-detached house in Ripley, Derbyshire.

It has a guide price of just £19,000 which is a strong start for anyone looking to buy their first home and get a leg-up the ladder.







The bathroom inside the dirt cheap house
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While the interior and exterior leave a little to be desired, the price is not something to be laughed at.

£19,000 could see you own three bedrooms, two reception rooms and a bathroom, all of which may be in need of updating.

Being sold on a freehold basis, the home is located in a residential area with a two-storey extension at the back of the property.







The property could potentially be suitable for a further extension
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The estate agent also believes there is space for further extension to the property, subject to planning approval.

Zoopla said of the property: “A unique freehold three bedroom semi-detached property located in a quiet residential area of ​​Ripley.

“The property has had a two storey extension added to the rear and briefly comprises of: Entrance hallway, one large through lounge, kitchen, utility room, three well proportioned bedrooms.







The home has a large through lounge, kitchen and utility room
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The online estate agent adds that the property has an upstairs family bathroom, a large turfed/paved rear garden with the added benefit of two additional out-buildings as well as three stables.

A schedule continues: “The property also has a block paved driveway to the front and would make an excellent investment or owner occupier and could potentially be suitable for a further extension. (subject to planning).”







The lounge area
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The home will go under the hammer in an online auction on April 26 at 12pm and will end on April 28.

Last week The Mirror told how the cost of living crisis had created a home ownership-obsessed generation, that has wholly different objectives when it comes to buying their first home.

A new social study from the property concierge platform, Moveable showed leveraging capital for property had become the top priority for buyers.







There is scope for an extension of the property depending on planning permission
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But when it comes to owning bricks and mortar, investing in developments is now trumping dwelling.

The research revealed a younger and more property-savvy generation of homebuyers, driving the property market.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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