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After last week’s foray into how the other half live in Westminster, we thought we’d return to a more basic form of dwelling; namely the traditional two-up two-down terrace.
This humble house has been the starting off point on the property ladder for many, and it’s easy to see why.
They offer more space than your average starter flat – often for significantly less money; they generally have an outdoors area; and there’s something reassuringly grown up about having an upstairs and a downstairs to call your own.
Although most commonly associated with northern regions, these houses can be found throughout the UK – we’ve looked specifically for examples that fall under the increased stamp duty threshold of £175,000.
So, for all you potential first-timers out there, here are five fairly cheap, very cheerful two-up two-down properties for sale:
(Click on pics for more images and property details)
1. Gravesend, Kent
2. Cheadle, Greater Manchester
£157,950 (Offers Over)
3. Banbury, Oxfordshire
4. St George, Bristol
5. Lincoln, Lincolnshire
£110,000 (Guide Price)