Still bargains to be had in the London market

Still bargains to be had in the London market... just not in Stoke Newington!

The country may be bracing itself for another roller-coaster summer of politics, property and price wars, but it’s not all doom and gloom – there are some situations where you just have to laugh!

The seller of a garage in London’s trendy Stoke Newington has certainly got a big smile on their face, as the property has just hit the London market at a whopping £360,000 – and is being marketed as the perfect development opportunity!

Whilst it will take quite a lot of creative thinking (not to mention planning permission, which hasn’t yet been submitted, let alone granted…), the garage is being positioned as a steal, and is suggested that it will someday offer the perfect space for a one-bedroom mews house, although as it stands, the damp, dingy space is home to no more than some spiders, run-down cabinet and unexplainable piles of dirt!

With stock in the London property market reaching an all-time low, it’s no surprise that people are looking at ever more desperate options. However, all is not lost… there are still bargains to be had in the capital, and most of them even have doors and windows - and no huge renovation fee either!

3 bedroom flat, Grove Park - £389,000

  • Recently refurbished
  • Close to Grove Park station
  • Open plan living

See the property here: https://www.urban.co.uk/Sale/London/MarvelsLaneLon...

2 bedroom flat, East Barnet - £365,000

  • Newly refurbished kitchen and bathroom
  • Within school catchment areas
  • Great transport links

See the property here: https://www.urban.co.uk/Sale/London/ParkwoodFlatsO...


1 bedroom flat, Stratford - £360,000

  • Access to resident’s gym and 24hr concierge
  • Balcony from bedroom and living room
  • Close to transport links

See the property here: https://www.urban.co.uk/Sale/London/GraniteApartme...

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