Eleven affordable homes in the country
Looking for a place to escape it all? We reveal 11 beautiful countryside homes that meet a variety of budgets.
Ever dreamed of escaping to the countryside, but never thought you could afford it?
We take a look at 11 great country escapes currently for sale that suit a variety of budgets, including this gorgeous home (pictured, left) in Devon. Can you guess how much it costs to live there? Click on to find out.
I don't know who puts these sites together but they certainly don't live in the real world , for a large proportion of the population these prices are far from affordable!!!
We have had problems with Zoopla in the past so we do not recommend them.
If you want a really nice home in the country then our house in the beautiful county of Shropshire is now on the market for £245,000 ono.
We spent thousands on it making it just how we like it even though it is only about 25 years old. It is situated in a nice lane with clear views of the countryside and hills to the front and a field and trees to the rear and is not overlooked. We are surrounded by farms and there is a good country pub within 500 yards.
IT HAS 4 BEDROOMS, (3 DOUBLE AND 1 SINGLE) 2 EN SUITES OR 1 EN SUITE AND 1 WALK IN WARDROBE, MAIN BATHROOM.
GROUND FLOOR HAS A LARGE LOUNGE, KITCHEN/DINING WITH BRICK FEATURE TO THE LARGE UTILITY ROOM. CONSEVATORY AND SINGLE BRICK GARAGE.
KITCHEN AND UTILITY ARE FULL OF WOOD CUPBOARDS FITTED OVEN WITH CERAMIC GLASS HOB AND EXTRACTOR HOOD.
FRONT GARDEN, SIDE GARDEN PAVED AS BBQ AREA, BACK GARDEN COMPLETELY ENCLOSED WITH GATE AT BOTTOM AND IS PATIOED.
COME AND LOOK IT IS IN A SUPER POSITION AND NICE AND QUIET.
Since having the knowledge of the facts before the event happened allowed Me Myself & I access to abuse an EXTENED ` 5 double bedroomed home ` insured in 2004 for £135uk Million Sterling . Now Solid living 365ft high on solid NG15 Total Classic Rock in the heart of England . So as the rain increases the standard waterlevels all around the world & the sun increases the tempreatures then life beyond 2100ad are looking high & dry for this Marc Bolan boy child . Valued at morethan £500ukBillon Sterling tax-exile dorment trustfund non-abuser.
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