Britain's cheapest house?
Published by Max Salsbury for 24dash.com in Housing and also in Environment, Finance
uk's cheapest house
An unoccupied house in South Wales has gone on the market - for £4,000.
The terraced property in the former mining village of Tonypandy has been abandoned for 10 years.
At £4,000 it could well qualify as the UK's cheapest house.
With the average home currently selling for £165,738, the property's price is more akin to costs 50 years ago.
However, the home is in need of urgent renovation. The roof tiles have long been removed so damp is very likely a major issue.
The house on Oak Street features a kitchen, two bedrooms, two reception rooms and a garden.