House prices in Bristol remain high as we enter the summer months of 2022.
The average price for a home in the South West of England is around £314,000 amid the cost of living crisis and continued desire by many to keep working from home.
UK house prices increased by 9.8% in the year to March 2022, and so people are hoping to find value for money in properties for sale.
Therefore, it is highly likely that bargain homes will sell quickly in the Bristol area as the average cost of a property is higher than the national average.
The five cheapest homes on Rightmove currently range from £150,000 to £185,000.
As demand is outstripping supply, here are the five Bristolian two-bedroom properties worth snatching:
This lovely two-bedroom apartment is spread over two floors and is situated close to the city centre and to landmark buildings.
Despite being the cheapest listed property for all buyers at £150,000, the home is within walking distance to Bristol’s Harbourside and Temple Meads railway station, and has a private balcony attached to one of the bedrooms.
Located on the fifth floor, Prewett Street apartment is for sale via auction, and requires both parties to complete a transaction within 56 days of draft contract.
In addition, the buyer must make a non-refundable reservation fee, subject to a minimum of £6000 including VAT.
This cosy home on the edge of the River Avon has unexpectedly come back on the market.
Located within a cul-de-sac, the modern property is perfect for first time buyers and is within walking distance of good schools, local amenities and St Anne’s Park.
Residents are welcomed by an entrance hall leading to a 13ft lounge and diner with a kitchen, alongside a shower room and two double bedrooms.
For £179,950 buyers can enjoy the new eco fitted electric radiators and double glazing, with a leasehold tenure.
A modern and chain free maisonette is available for £180,000 in the Bristol region.
The Church Road property is close to local shops and offers a large diner with kitchen, landing, hall and a bath/shower room.
The affordable price sees the maisonette spread over two floors, with the added luxury of a large terrace offered with vacant possession.
If you are interested in this property, it is being sold through an online auction company.
Close to Eastville Park, this superb two-bedroom flat is just a short stroll from Saint Marks Road and Stapleton Road train station.
Flooded with natural light, the modern home has all rooms running off a central hallway, with a bathroom offering a three piece suite inclusive of an over bath shower.
Located in The Maytree Complex in Eastville, the leasehold property is selling for £185,000 on Rightmove.
Added luxuries include an external video intercom system, fob access, communal gardens and secure car park.
Bristol home buyers can find an ideally located two-bedroom flat for £185,000 in the suburb of Avonmouth.
The property contains a 19ft open plan living area, a Jack and Jill shower room and a fully-fitted kitchen, all with easy access to the city and the M5 motorway.
Both the communal entrance way and the apartment’s hallway are accessed by a security video entry system.
Interested parties can view the modern flat through appointment only.