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pandamum1 Sat 10-Jun-17 17:48:29

For a 3 bedroomed detached house with a small garden by a loud main road.
Downstairs consist of kitchen, dining room (no space for table in kitchen) and a large lounge + small toilet.
Upstairs are 3 bedrooms, you hear the traffic going past in one of them as its by the road, and a family bathroom with bath + shower.
It needs work i.e. has no gas whatsoever just electric radiators and would need completely redecorating as old fashioned apart from kitchen and downstairs toilet. It has no extras like a utility or any additional storage and only 1 parking space due to location, no garage. It's surrounded by houses and buildings so no views despite being in a lovely village.
It's in a sought after area with a good school.
Can't post link as v outing.

scissormister Sat 10-Jun-17 18:17:15

Surely it depends where in the country you are?

scissormister Sat 10-Jun-17 18:19:35

I honestly can't say on that description. Round here is not really comparable because it's a city, but £260?

Squishedstrawberry4 Sat 10-Jun-17 18:21:19

Where I live this would be 350k

indigox Sat 10-Jun-17 18:21:43

There's no way any answers here would be helpful. Here you could expect to pay £700k, literally a few miles away it would be £150k.

Pinkjellybeans Sat 10-Jun-17 18:22:53

It's impossible to say without a link to the property and knowing the location, a house in my town could be worth 150k but a few roads down could be worth 300k for the same thing just different road or area ...

peukpokicuzo Sat 10-Jun-17 18:25:25

It completely depends on area and the recent sold prices of other nearby 3-bed properties.

Fundamentally the value of any house is the amount that someone is willing to pay for it and that the buyer accepts.

FatCatFaces Sat 10-Jun-17 18:27:12

Where I'm from you'd be looking at anything from £400-700k +.

BaronessEllaSaturday Sat 10-Jun-17 18:29:09

90k near me. area of the coutry makes a massive difference

KanielOutis Sat 10-Jun-17 18:29:36

Round here - about £280-300k.

BackforGood Sat 10-Jun-17 18:30:38

Where is is is the most important factor in price.
Nobody can guess without knowing where you are in the Country (although, even then, within my City prices vary massively, depending on which road you are in.)

beepbeepimasheep Sat 10-Jun-17 18:31:00

Round here about 350k. It depends where you are.

eurochick Sat 10-Jun-17 18:32:00

This is a daft question without location. Round my way, around 6-700k.

Kokusai Sat 10-Jun-17 18:40:40

What a daft question.

N1? Like £1m.

WC1? £5m

Huddersfield? About 20p

Dishwashersaurous Sat 10-Jun-17 19:12:25

Completely depends on location. Sw London probably a million

pandamum1 Sat 10-Jun-17 19:39:43

Well for a comparison there's a house a few streets down the road nearer to the fields so quieter in a cul-de-sac with 4 bedrooms, detached, bigger garden and a proper driveway and garage for 285.

peukpokicuzo Sat 10-Jun-17 21:19:18

Is that advertised asking price or actual sold price?

Probably about £235k unless there is a significant difference in probability of getting into the best school to take into account.

JaniceBattersby Sat 10-Jun-17 23:09:12

In that case, a stab in the dark really, but about £120k.

Riderontheswarm Sun 11-Jun-17 01:32:42

Probably about 130k around here because of the electric radiators. 150 or 160k if it had central heating.

AreWeThereYet000 Sun 11-Jun-17 01:57:47

Depends on where you are, my house sounds almost the same - no downstairs toilet but we do have a garage and parking for 2 cars, with good sized front and back gardens and we bought for 105k

MissDuke Sun 11-Jun-17 06:40:17

Similar in my area would be around 160k, but that has no bearing on you given it probably isn't the same area! Are you selling or buying?

Out2pasture Sun 11-Jun-17 07:04:57

Zone 1....1.85 M

VoteMe Sun 11-Jun-17 09:07:09

£170 000?

wowfudge Sun 11-Jun-17 11:18:37

Whereabouts is this house OP? Without that info no one can make a worthwhile contribution. Are you looking to buy it? Is it being marketed or not?

HmmOkay Sun 11-Jun-17 11:28:03

OP, you can look at previous sold prices for that road on Rightmove (or other websites).

If the house is typical size and period in that road then that is really going to be your best indicator.

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