A property for sale with three bedrooms is on the market for only £60,000.
House prices in the area of The Wickets, Bottesford, Nottingham, average £200,839.
So why is this home, being sold on Zoopla by Purple Bricks, so inexpensive?
The property is in a village location and has a garden.
It is fairly new, having been built in 2017.
Purple Bricks have said of the home: “Modern three bedroom mid-town house situated on the Wickets development in the sought after village of Bottesford.
“The property was only built in 2017 by Barratt Homes and comes with a NHBC warranty.
“Perfect for the professional first time buyer.”
The sellers are offering a 25 per cent shared ownership deal.
This means first time buyers are able to get on the property ladder by taking on a smaller portion of a whole house.
This means a smaller deposit and often not needing a mortgage.
Purple Bricks said: “In brief, the accommodation comprises; kitchen, lounge/Dining room, the first floor offers three bedrooms and a bathroom.
“Externally, there is enclosed rear garden with patio and lawn, the frontage offers off-road parking.
“Viewing is advised to appreciate the wealth of space on offer.”
The property has been recently added to Zoopla.
Another property for sale is on the market for £3,200,000.
The home could provide a surprise for buyers.
There are also two kitchens and a number of bathrooms – as well as reception rooms, a dining room and a drawing room across the accommodation buildings.
This impressive property is a Grade I listed fortified manor house, situated in the rural countryside.
If that’s not impressive enough, there’s also a library – named the Great Chamber – in the main section of the house.