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What can you buy for the average house price?

If you’ve been searching for your next home, you’ll know that the average asking price in Great Britain has continued to rise this year. Last month we saw the average price of a home reach £367,000.

But the types of property you can buy for this amount, or less, are anything but average. From terraced family homes with suntrap gardens, to historical hideaways brimming with unique character, here are just some of the amazing  homes you can buy for less than the national average asking price.

Take a look at these homes currently for sale.

The page-turners’ paradise

With its pretty courtyard to the rear and impressive bay frontage, this Victorian three-bedroom home is found in a quiet Liverpool suburb. Take a favourite read to the bespoke ‘book nook’, relax in the roll-top bath, and watch the light flood in through the huge sash windows.

The charming country cottage

Found in the heart of the Cheshire village of Shocklach, this three-bedroom home dates back to the mid-19th century. Inside, there’s an atmospheric brick fireplace, chunky beams and original quarry tiles, plus there’s a pond in the garden.

A home nestled within a Scottish beauty spot

Set within an idyllic conservation area, this four-bedroom Inverness-shire home offers spellbinding views out over the local countryside, and there’s a river at the end of the garden. Put your wellies on in the charming stone-flagged boot room, and head out to work in this home’s potting shed and bothy.

The fishing village hideaway

This postcard-worthy cottage sits in the fishing village of Staithes in North Yorkshire. Exposed stonework, original beams and whitewashed wood add to the decidedly nautical feel, and pretty latticed windows frame views down the high street. Despite sitting right in the centre of the village, this home comes with its own private parking space.

A home with a private meadow on the doorstep

Blending contemporary style with local countryside living, this three-bedroom Bromsgrove home has a modern light-filled interior, and a suntrap patio. For an extra dose of greenery, the rear south-facing garden opens out onto a lush private meadow.

The light-filled city townhouse

Found on a glorious tree-lined crescent, this 3-bedroom apartment is found on the top floor of a beautiful sandstone terraced townhouse. This jaw-dropping home in Glasgow’s West End features high ceilings, expansive sash windows and an urban escape in the form of a manicured communal garden.

The red-brick terrace with period features

Elegant flourishes like stained glass windows, an ornate tiled fireplace and a skylit loft space fill this three-bed Birmingham home with original charm. Head through the galley kitchen and into the tiered garden via a pastel-hued stable door, where the new owners can enjoy this lovely south-facing spot.

The hidden-away garden

This East Lothian property has an open-plan ground floor, with lots of light coming courtesy of skylights. French doors open out onto the flagged patio, where you’ll find a beautiful tree-sheltered garden, which comes complete with its own electric-powered garden shed. The bright and spacious three-bedroom home also comes with lots of concealed storage.

Live the village life near the coast

Found on a pretty row of cottages in Devon, this two-bedroom home has a bijou front courtyard lined with stone planters, and a lush communal garden out the back. Find a modern, open-plan-living setup downstairs, and two bathrooms.

The green-space hideaway in Hampshire

The pride of this three-bedroom home in Hampshire are its hedge-sheltered gardens and expansive lawn. Find glossy fittings indoors, as well as plenty of built-in storage space.

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