10 homes for sale for £245,200, the new national average price for property

House prices have gone up by of 8.1% year-on-year, meaning the average UK home now costs £245,200. Find out what that money buys across the UK.

The average UK home now costs £245,200, according to our latest House Price Index.

That’s an increase of around £80,000 per home over the past decade. But what does that money buy you around the country?

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Whether it’s a six-bed home in Nairn or a New York-style loft apartment in Liverpool, we take a look at 10 of the best homes available on the market today for the national average house price.

1. Six-bed semi-detached house, Nairn, Scotland £245,000

1: Six-bed semi-detached house, Nairn, Scotland £245,000 - exterior

Unbelievably, it’s still possible to bag a six-bedroom house for £200 less than the national average house price.

This beauty in Scotland’s Nairn is massive.

Spread over three floors, it has two separate reception rooms and a large kitchen on the ground floor, four bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor and a further three bedrooms and WC on the second.

1: Six-bed semi-detached house, Nairn, Scotland £245,000 - interior

This pad is perfect for those looking for a more relaxed lifestyle. The vibrant Victorian town of Nairn is renowned for its dry and sunny climate and golden sandy beach.

A popular holiday destination, it has excellent restaurants, a sports centre, tennis club, swimming pool, riding centre and cricket pitch, all of which are within a short walking distance from the house.

The harbour is home to a marina and sailing club and Nairn also plays host to two championship golf courses: Royal Dornoch, Spey Valley and the Castle Stuart Golf Links.

And if that’s not enough to tempt you, there’s also salmon fishing on the Rivers Nairn, Findhorn and Spey.

Available from Purplebricks

2. Three-bed flat, Liverpool, £245,000

Three-bed flat, Liverpool, £245,000 - living area

Just a stone’s throw from Liverpool’s Cathedral and Georgian Quarter, this three-bed flat can be found in a new residential development in the city centre’s Baltic Triangle.

Beautifully preserved, this 19th-century warehouse was originally used for manufacturing beer barrels. Today the building has all the feels of New York loft-style living.

Three-bed flat, Liverpool, £245,000 - bathroom

With huge floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over the city’s rooftops – and balconies to boot – the apartments feature exposed brickwork, premium fitted kitchens, luxury bathroom suites and stylish inset lighting.

Available from Elite Realty Invest

3. Two-bed terraced house, Aigburth, Liverpool, £245,000

Two-bed terraced house, Aigburth, Liverpool, £245,000 - exterior

This charming and characterful two-bed Victorian cottage in Aigburth can be found in one of Liverpool’s most in-demand areas.

Just a stone’s throw from the beautiful Sefton Park and local shops, bars and restaurants, this immaculate home comes with sash windows, an open-plan lounge/dining area and a lovely fitted kitchen.

Two-bed terraced house, Aigburth, Liverpool, £245,000 - interior

Upstairs are two generously sized double bedrooms and a family bathroom, while outside is a private courtyard garden – making the perfect barbecue sun-trap.

Available from Abode Allerton

Three-bed flat, Leith Links, Edinburgh, £245,000 - exterior

With skyline views, this spacious three-bed apartment in Edinburgh can be found in an impressive traditional stone-built tenement block to the north-east of the city centre.

With two large double bedrooms and a third single bedroom/study, the flat comes with lovely high ceilings, complete with ornate cornicing, lots of storage and fabulous views north over the city.

Three-bed flat, Leith Links, Edinburgh, £245,000 - interior

Leith Links lies close to the historic port of Leith, where the wealthy merchants built their grand houses around the park.

The vibrant and popular Shore area is close by, with all of its bars, cafes and Michelin starred restaurants. As is the Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre, featuring high street favourites, a gym and cinema – and moored just outside, you’ll find the famous Royal Yacht Britannia.

Available from Ralph Hendrie Legal

5. Two-bed new-build house, Pocklington, York, £245,000

Two-bed new-build house, Pocklington, York, £245,000 - exterior

In the market town of Pocklington in York, this new-build semi, built in 2019, features two double bedrooms and a smaller third bedroom which is currently being used as an office.

With a good-sized kitchen/diner and separate lounge, plus a spacious garden, this home would make an ideal first or second time purchase, or an attractive investment, as it has a potential annual yield of 4.4%.

Two-bed new-build house, Pocklington, York, £245,000 - interior

With plenty of local shops, restaurants and cafes nearby, Pocklington is popular with commuters, as York, Leeds and Hull city centres are all within easy reach.

Available from Hunters

6. One-bed flat, Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex, £240,000

One-bed flat, Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex, £240,000 - exterior

At over £5,000 less than the average house price, this beautiful one-bed, ground-floor flat can be found close to the picturesque sea-front in Westcliffe-on-Sea.

With a beautiful bay window and elegant fireplace in the lounge, the apartment is on a quiet residential road in a conservation area.

One-bed flat, Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex, £240,000 - interior

There are a range of shops and eateries within walking distance, along with local parks and theatres.

The home comes with a 167-year lease, as well as access to a communal garden and on-site parking.

Available from Bear Estate Agents

7. One-bed apartment, Chessington, Surrey, £245,000

One-bed apartment, Chessington, Surrey, £245,000 - exterior

This bright and spacious one-bed apartment can be found on the top floor of a purpose-built development in Chessington.

With a light, open-plan living room and kitchen, it has a good-sized double bedroom and comes with allocated parking and an entry-phone system.

One-bed apartment, Chessington, Surrey, £245,000 - interior

Ideal for commuters, Chessington North and South train stations are both less than a mile away.

Available from Purplebricks

8. Three-bed flat, Meanwood, Leeds, £250,000

Three-bed flat, Meanwood, Leeds, £250,000 - exterior

Just over the national average price at £250,000, this three-bed flat in Leeds is a stunner.

Situated close to the local stores of Meanwood and Moortown (which include a Waitrose, Marks & Spencer Food Hall and the Moor Allerton shopping centre) the apartment is immaculately decorated throughout.

Three-bed flat, Meanwood, Leeds, £250,000 - interior

The master bedroom has an en-suite and there are further double and single bedrooms, with a large, open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner forming the hub of the home.

Available from Stoneacre Properties

9. Four-bed semi, Newtownards, Northern Ireland, £250,000 

Four-bed semi, Newtownards, Northern Ireland, £250,000 - exterior

This lovely split-level, four-bed home can be found in the sought-after Prince Regent Park development in Newtownards in Northern Ireland.

A new-build home that oozes character and charm, it’s within easy walking distance of the local shops, restaurants and coffee houses.

Four-bed semi, Newtownards, Northern Ireland, £250,000 - interior

With a bright, spacious lounge, a luxury fitted-kitchen and four spacious bedrooms (the master is en suite), this family home is likely to get snapped up in no time.

Available from Reeds Rains – Newtownards

Three-bed link-detached house, Downham Market, £245,000

This light and airy three-bed, link-detached property in Downham Market, Norfolk, enjoys easy access to shops and the mainline rail links to Cambridge and London.

The open plan living/dining room has French doors leading out onto the lawned garden, which has a patio seating area and a storage shed with power.

Three-bed link-detached house, Downham Market, £245,000 - interior

Upstairs are three bedrooms, the master has an en suite, plus a family bathroom.

Outside to the front are two block paved parking spaces and there’s handy side access to the private back garden.

Available from King & Partners

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