10 dwelling houses, which were sold for ridiculous money

Housing prices in the UK are growing and growing. That is why it is so hard to believe that in the beginning of this year in the United Kingdom a number of residential houses were sold for incredibly little money.

The first place for the most budgetary real estate is County Durham, where in February this year, housing was sold for only £19 thousand. If we talk about the overall picture of real estate prices, then the most profitable offers are in the north-east of the country. Here you can find a house or apartment for less than £25 thousand.

We offer to look at the cheapest housing sales in Durham starting from February this year.

Queen Street, Grange Villa, Durham

On February 12th, the house was sold for £19,000. Its previous owner purchased housing in July 1999 for only £11,773.

Matthews Road, Merton (Murton), Durham

On February 5th, the house was sold for £20,000.

James Street, Peterlee, Durham

February 16th, the house was sold for £21 thousand. By the way, it has a terrace, two bedrooms and a backyard, and it is only a few minutes walk from the shopping center Dalton Park.

Park Terrace, Horden, Durham

On February 16th, the house was sold for £23,100. It was advertised as an ideal investment, as it boasts of three rooms, a large kitchen and a beautiful view of the park.

Foundry Street, Shildon, Durham

On February 19th, the house was sold for £25,000. In May 2015 it was purchased for £54,000, but this year it fell very heavily in value.

Windsor Street, Trimdon, Durham

On February 16th, the house was sold for £25,000. Real estate agents quickly sold this cozy three-room house.

Cottages Road, Seaham

On February 19th, the house was sold for £25 thousand. It is interesting that this house with a terrace and two rooms was sold for £42 thousand in November 2014.

Bertha Street, Ferryhill, Durham

On February 23rd, the house was sold for £26,000. The new owners certainly can not enjoy the two-story house with modern kitchen.

Copeland Row, Evenwood, Durham

On February 2nd, the house was sold for £26 thousand. In this village house there are as many as two gardens - in front and behind.

Davy Street, Ferryhill, Durham

On February 2nd, the house was sold for £26 thousand. Unlike the rest, this house has risen in price. The last owner bought it for £22,950 in November 2014.

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