A super cheap house has hit the market in Greater Manchester and it’s much bigger than you might expect. The semi-detached property has three reception rooms and three bedrooms, and sells for an indicative price of just £20,000.
The cheap house is located in Wigan, which is Greater Manchester’s most affordable borough, where the average property price is around £169,462. Listed at an even cheaper price than other homes in the area, the property also comes with two decent sized gardens.
Situated next to Gidlow Lane, the large house is in a good location close to Wigan town center and close to shops, local amenities and transport links including Mesnes Park and Wigan Railway Station.
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A quick look at the photos shows the current condition of the semi-detached house which needs a bit of renovation and updating, but it could be a great buy for a first time buyer or investor.
On the ground floor of the house is an entrance hall with doors leading to the living room, dining room and kitchen. The living room and dining room have fireplaces and the rooms are of good size.
Upstairs are three bedrooms, two of which are quite similar in size and the third which is smaller. On this floor there is also a family bathroom and a small landing.
Outside, the property benefits from a front and rear garden, which is slightly overgrown and will need some maintenance. The house also has its own garage.
The property is expected to sell via an online auction on Thursday May 26 and all interested buyers are encouraged to register to bid as soon as possible.
Although its guide price is £20,000, auctioneers McHugh & Co explain: “A guide price is an indication of a seller’s minimum expectations at an auction.
“This is not necessarily the figure a property will sell for and is subject to change before the auction. Indicative prices will be continually updated on the McHugh & Co website.”
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