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Ten a penny

A four bedroom house for just £10,000

 

Normally, here at The Steeple Times we focus on the luxury end of the property market but today when we saw a 4-bedroom house for sale for just £10,000 we became curious.

 

In Rawlings Street, Chelsea, for this price you can rent a 4-bedroom house for one month. In Egremont, Cumbria, though, you can purchase a house of the same size outright.

 

The exterior of this 4-bedroom £10,000 terraced house at Vale View, Egremont, Cumbria, CA22 2RG
The exterior of this 4-bedroom £10,000 terraced house at Vale View, Egremont, Cumbria, CA22 2RG
The interior is basic and clean but plainly in need of updating
The interior is basic and clean but plainly in need of updating
The views from the house are quite delightful
The views from the house are quite delightful
A view like this is surely worth more than £10,000
A view like this is surely worth more than £10,000

With views across countryside to the River Ehen, this mid-terraced house will be auctioned on 6th February 2013 at the Swallow Hotel in Preston, Lancashire.

 

The market town of Egremont itself is at the foot of the Uldale Valley and Dent Fell and features a wide main street, two supermarkets and a castle. The Egremont Crab Fair, one of the oldest fairs in the world, has been held in the town every September since 1267 and is famous for festivities including street dancing, gurning and grease pole climbing.

 

Often one reads of cheap terraced houses in deprived places like Blackburn and Tyneside, but this property’s situation is plainly a little different.

 

It’ll be interesting to learn who’ll be in for a penny or in for a pound when this house is auctioned at 6pm tomorrow.

 

For more details, contact Pattinson on +44 (0) 191 244 9567.

 

Full details at: http://www.primelocation.com/for-sale/details/17493457?search_identifier=b961a5b00d5b15669a5461dd1bf8e4bf

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