Buying a family home can be cheaper than a parking space in London as according to online property platform Right Move, there are some garages selling for up to £750,000 in the big city.
According to Rightmove, there is currently a parking space for sale in the centre of London for £750,000.
The double garage space is located in Portman Square, by Selfridges and Oxford Street.
In other stunning parts of the UK, such as the Lake District, Britons can find family homes for that price.
There are many beautiful lake properties in Cumbria for less than that.
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Lansdown, Bowness on Windermere
There is a four bedroom bungalow for sale in Windermere for only £500,000.
The charming property is described as: “A four bedroomed detached dormer bungalow on the outskirts of Bowness village now in need of renovation in a nice sized plot with garden, parking, garage and outbuilding.
“The accommodation currently comprises kitchen, dining room, living room, shower room and two bedrooms to the ground floor
“And two bedrooms and WC to the first floor.
“We believe that the configuration and layout of the property could be changed to suit the new owners.”
Oaks Lodge, Ambleside
Another semi-detached bungalow is currently on the market for £350,000.
The one bedroom property is described as “a unique property is thought to pre-date much of the rest of St Annes Close and was once one dwelling which we believe was sub-divided into two around 30 years ago.
“Tastefully re-designed and improved around 10 years ago, the accommodation is primarily on the ground floor with only the bedroom at first-floor level.”
Pitcairn House, Keswick
An 11 bedroom terrace house in the beautiful town of Keswick is on sale for £650,000.
“The guest house has been extensively refurbished and improved over time and is beautifully presented and must be seen to be fully appreciated,” Right Move said.
Brow Close, Windermere
A three bedroom terraced house by Windermere lake is currently selling for only £375,000.
It is described in Right Move as “a well proportioned mid terrace house with fabulous lake views.
“Situated in a popular residential area with access to walks on a nearby pathway, conveniently placed for both Windermere and Bowness.
“Both villages offer many amenities including schools, health centre, cafes, restaurants, library, cinema, shops/supermarkets and a railway station.
“Windermere is convenient for the rest of the Lake District National Park, the market town of Kendal and the M6.”