Where To Find Britain’s Cheapest Homes

April 2, 2012 by staff 

Where To Find Britain’s Cheapest Homes, Britain’s cheapest home has sold for just £8,250 in a “bargain sale”, it has emerged. Bidding started at a paltry £1 for the dilapidated two-bedroom terrace in Ferryhill Station, Co Durham, a former mining village.

But the house, which has been empty for at least 10 years, does require some renovating.

All of the windows are boarded up and vandals have sprayed graffiti on the walls. The interior is just as bad, with no ceilings or a kitchen leading neighbours to describe it simply as a “shell”.

Meanwhile, a nearby train line just 100 yards away makes so much noise it causes ornaments to rattle off the mantelpiece.

But property experts say the young family which snapped it up, could make a handsome profit if they decide to do it up and sell.

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