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AFFORDABLE houses aren t as hard to find as many may think, you just need to travel further afield, Oh, and be prepared to spend quite a bit on renovating.
While median house prices much higher in all capital cities are much higher than that, there are still plenty of bargain houses to be bought throughout the country.
There are 34 suburbs or towns in Australia where the median house price is below $100,000.
In New South Wales there are 12 suburbs or towns with a median house price of less than $100,000.
The cheapest is in north western New South Wales at Collarenebrin where the median is only $28,200, followed by Ungarie in the central west which has a median of $60,000.
Among the cheapest on offer are a former church in the Ootha township of Forbes which has an asking price of just $35,000.
The iron-clad building has power and town water.
WITH a little divine intervention this former church in the Ootha township in Forbes NSW could be converted into a home. Picture: realestate.com.au Source: Supplied
For something more traditional a three-bedroom home in Aubrey St, Fords Bridge in New South Wales comes with a price tag of just $30,000.
It is advertised as perfect for a weekend getaway just 70kms from the township of Bourke.
UNFORTUNATELY for $30,000, you don’t get much grass with this home at 9 Aubrey St, Fords Bridge NSW. Picture: realestate.com.au Source: Supplied
In Victoria there are ten suburbs or towns with median house prices below $100,000, with Rainbow in the Wimmera region the cheapest at $72,000, Ouyen in the Mallee region is $73,750 and Jeparit also in the Wimmera is $76,000
Bargains include a one bedroom, one bathroom home at Vernon St, Korong Vale for only $20,000. There is a fireplace in the lounge, but as you can see from the pictures, it is a little breezy.
VERNON St, Korong Vale, Victoria is listed as a “golden opportunity’’ within a short drive of the gold mining town of Wedderburn. Picture: realestate.com.au Source: Supplied
THERE is a fireplace but the lounge area could do with a bit of work. Picture: Supplied realestate.com.au Source: Supplied
It s technically not a house well actually not even technically, it isn t a house, but we couldn t resist this boat shed and landing at Nelson in Victoria.
Who cares what your house looks like if you can spend all your spare time here. The shed has one bathroom, and a new Colourbond roof and gutters. It also comes with a 1920 built fibreglass riverboat and has been reduced to $25,000.