01:18 PM March 22, 2022
Looking for a new home? We’ve looked at what you can buy for between £250,000 and £1m in Cromer.
We then compared prices at five other resorts across the country to see what homebuyers can afford.
At the top of the scale, at £595,000, is an eight-bedroom terraced house on Cabbell Road marketed by Sowerbys.
The Edwardian home features a ‘low maintenance’ rear garden, porch and fireplace, spanning over 2,500 square feet.
The price of a four-bedroom bungalow in Clifton Park, marketed by Arnolds Keys for £475,000, is falling slightly.
The property comprises an L-shaped hallway connecting an open plan kitchen, lounge area, utility room, shower room, bedrooms and a brick driveway with space for two or three cars.
In the middle of the price range is this three-bedroom penthouse apartment on Mill Road at 6 Suffield Court in the city, marketed by Sowerbys.
It is priced at £325,000 and includes a dual aspect lounge and dining room, kitchen and breakfast room and bathroom with separate shower room.
The cheapest property we could find in the Cromer price range was a two bedroom house on Lynewood Road, marketed by Arnolds Keys.
It has a veranda, a kitchen and a breakfast room, a living room and a dining room and a bathroom.
There is also off-road parking and an electric vehicle charging point on the driveway.
Broadstairs on the Kent coast has seven beaches and is described as ‘a timeless, family-friendly seaside resort full of beautiful bays and things to see and do’.
Estate agent Wards was marketing three properties which could be compared in our price ranges of £1m, £500,000 and £250,000.
For the £1million range, Ward was marketing a five-bedroom “spacious family home” for £975,000. It has a double garage, four receptions, two en-suite bathrooms, a ground floor office and a veranda and a summer house.
In the £500,000 price bracket, there was a three-bedroom semi-detached bungalow for sale. It has a veranda, off road parking and a shed with electricity which would be ideal for use as a home office.
In the £250,000 range, a two-bedroom house was for sale, which would be ideal for a first-time buyer. It is close to bus lines and needed a complete renovation.
With its illuminations, tower and long seafront, Blackpool can be considered the “Great Yarmouth of the North”.
In the highest price bracket, a house is being marketed by estate agent Duncan Raistrick for £825,000.
It has four double bedrooms, four bathrooms and four reception rooms.
In the £500,000 bracket, a four-bedroom house was for sale at that price. There was a living room, a living room, an office and a solarium, a laundry room and an en-suite bedroom.
Finally, in the £250,000 bracket, a dormer bungalow could be purchased by buyers.
Sandbanks is known as Millionaires’ Row for its house prices.
Famous residents include former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp, former Liverpool and Scotland international Graeme Souness and chef Rick Stein.
The closest to £1million was a four-bedroom property with an indicative sale price of £1,250,000 and views over Poole Harbour.
Each bedroom has its own bathroom and it comes with a double garage.
The property closest to the £500,000 range was a three-bedroom property with an asking price of £590,000. It was 240 meters from picturesque sandy beaches.
The cheapest property marketed in the Poole area by Tailor Made Estate Agents was a bungalow worth £325,000.
The town of Sussex is known for its tranquil nature and its 19th century pier, which was rebuilt after a devastating fire in 2014.
A search on Rightmove in the £1million category reveals you could buy yourself a penthouse overlooking the city’s quayside for £950,000. It includes four bedrooms and three sunny terraces.
In the £500,000 bracket, a four-bedroom house with three reception rooms and off-street parking for four cars was available for £550,000.
Finally, a two-bedroom basement apartment could be bought for £255,000. It comes with a front garden and a share of freehold.
With its cobbled streets and fishing port, Cornish town is a popular tourist destination during the summer months.
A £1million offer could result in someone moving into a flat overlooking the harbour. It has three bedrooms and a private WC.
In the £500,000 range, a Grade II listed cottage near the beach with two bedrooms could become a dream home.
For the £250,000 price bracket, people could buy a two-bedroom apartment overlooking the harbour.