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"They might be in the same country – but these two properties are worlds apart.

One is a single-storey beach 'chalet' with no central heating while the other is a two-bedroom mid-terrace house.

However, in what is becoming an increasingly prevalent North/South property price divide, one is a staggering £315,000 more expensive than the other.

Perched just yards from a Chesil Beach, at West Bexington, Dorset, with stunning views of the Jurassic Coast and the English Channel, the chalet is on the market at £325,000.

While the mid-terrace home, which is in need of renovation, in Hartlepool, is due to go under the hammer at £10,000 – one of the lowest prices auctioneers have seen in 18 years.

The beach hut has three cramped bedrooms, an open-plan kitchen/dining room – and measures just 524sq ft in size.

From the outside, onlookers would be forgiven for thinking the single-storey shack looks little more than a glorified garden shed."

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They might be in the same country – but these two properties are worlds apart.

One is a single-storey beach 'chalet' with no central heating while the other is a two-bedroom mid-terrace house.

However, in what is becoming an increasingly prevalent North/South property price divide, one is a staggering £315,000 more expensive than the other.

Perched just yards from a Chesil Beach, at West Bexington, Dorset, with stunning views of the Jurassic Coast and the English Channel, the chalet is on the market at £325,000.

While the mid-terrace home, which is in need of renovation, in Hartlepool, is due to go under the hammer at £10,000 – one of the lowest prices auctioneers have seen in 18 years.

The beach hut has three cramped bedrooms, an open-plan kitchen/dining room – and measures just 524sq ft in size.

From the outside, onlookers would be forgiven for thinking the single-storey shack looks little more than a glorified garden shed.

We are finally getting the propert at stupid prices stories! Heralded the last crash.

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We are finally getting the propert at stupid prices stories! Heralded the last crash.

Too true. Ten grand for a place in Hartlepool, they are going to have to pay a lot more than that to get someone to take it off their hands.

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You can get a 'Chalet' the same views of the English Channel for £60k. ;)

http://www.1st-for-french-property.co.uk/property/Upper%20Normandy/Seine-Maritime/Pourville%20Sur%20Mer/32709/

An old mobile home built in the 1970s with a cheap garden shed for 60K in the Seine -Maritime they are really taking the p*ss

I would make an offer for less than 5K at the most, actually i wouldn't offer anything especially in the Seine-Maritime

This sort of rubbish will end up on a French freebie website like toutgratuit they just give it away in the end B)

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An old mobile home built in the 1970s with a cheap garden shed for 60K in the Seine -Maritime they are really taking the p*ss

I would make an offer for less than 5K at the most, actually i wouldn't offer anything especially in the Seine-Maritime

This sort of rubbish will end up on a French freebie website like toutgratuit they just give it away in the end B)

But it is not the building you are buying it is the land with planning permission...been on the market for a year now so not exactly a demand.

What I am trying to say is property is only worth what someone is prepared to pay for it...you can put a price on anything what you get for it is another question. ;)

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But it is not the building you are buying it is the land with planning permission...been on the market for a year now so not exactly a demand.

What I am trying to say is property is only worth what someone is prepared to pay for it...you can put a price on anything what you get for it is another question. ;)

http://www.seloger.com/detail.htm?cp=76&idqfix=1&idtt=2&idtypebien=1,2&tri=&bclannpg=15

Land what is it really worth?

Nothing in countries where there is lots of land!!

Theres lots of land here in France but not enough for those who want even more land the obssession of French peasants

Even today they find 'land prices' to expensive in France

This is the reason why they go and invest in Africa

Senegal

Congo

Cameroun etc

No matter how much land you have you can never have enough

Anyway the link is for a chalet in a holiday centre at 'Criel-sur Mer' in the charente maritime

Asking price 40,400 euros if you negociate offer 30,000 euros

Its modern and these are good places for children with 2 bedrooms

The French like this sort of holiday so you can even mix with the French

Looks alot better than a 1970s old mobile home

Be careful with the British selling property in France its often ten times more expensive than what the French would ask for ;)

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