The latest research on the price of houses from Mouseprice.com has discovered that the cheapest place to buy a home in England and Wales is Burnley. In fact four of the top five cheapest houses are in the town and sell for as low as £30,000.
It is also pointed out that this is just an average figure as one house in Angle Street in the town sold for just £26,500 last year.
The only street in the UK top five which was not in Burnley was Fernhill in Merthyr Tydfil in Wales which had average house prices of £32,700.
When it comes to house prices, the cheapest can be found in the North West with 13 of the top 20 in this region. Five are located in the North East and two are in Wales. There were no streets in the South of England which are in the top 20.
For those living in London, even the cheapest streets have an average house price of around £100,000, while Plymouth is one of the cheapest places to buy a home in the South West.