The Uk’s Cheapest Street

Burnley has been revealed to be the cheapest place in Britain to buy a house with four of the top five cheap streets being in the Lancashire town. The former mill town tops the national table with the houses going on Angle Street for a snip from as little as £26,500. The road, with good links to the local hospital, has an average property value of £32,400.

Burnley has been revealed to be the cheapest place in Britain to buy a house with four of the top five cheap streets being in the Lancashire town. The former mill town tops the national table with the houses going on Angle Street for a snip from as little as £26,500. The road, with good links to the local hospital, has an average property value of £32,400.

Burnley has been revealed to be the cheapest place in Britain to buy a house with four of the top five cheap streets being in the Lancashire town. The former mill town tops the national table with the houses going on Angle Street for a snip from as little as £26,500. The road, with good links to the local hospital, has an average property value of £32,400.

Burnley has been revealed to be the cheapest place in Britain to buy a house with four of the top five cheap streets being in the Lancashire town. The former mill town tops the national table with the houses going on Angle Street for a snip from as little as £26,500. The road, with good links to the local hospital, has an average property value of £32,400.

Burnley has been revealed to be the cheapest place in Britain to buy a house with four of the top five cheap streets being in the Lancashire town. The former mill town tops the national table with the houses going on Angle Street for a snip from as little as £26,500. The road, with good links to the local hospital, has an average property value of £32,400.