Bexley is one of the most affordable boroughs in the capital, according to a property report.

Webiste eMeow says its properties sell for an average of £333,000.

The second cheapest behind Barking and Dagenham, it is also the most in-demand area in London for buyers.

After searching on Rightmove, we compiled a list of the 10 most affordable properties to buy in Bexley.

- Dykewood Close, Joydens Wood, DA5 (£320,000)

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This three bedroom terraced house is within short distance of three primary schools and four secondary schools, one of which received an ‘outstanding’ rating by Ofsted.

Within two miles of Albany Park, Crayford and Bexley train stations it features fully double glazed windows and gas central heating in ‘quiet location’, according to Rightmove.

- Ascot Court, Parkhill Road, Bexley, DA5 (£290,000)

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Potential residents are located less than half a mile away from Bexley railway station with key features that include a gated car park, a balcony and two spacious bedroom according to Rightmove.

A two bedroom apartment, its description on Rightmove says: “Viewing is recommended on this rarely available, spacious and well presented two bedroom first floor retirement apartment.

“With a balcony that is situated within easy reach of Bexley, many local amenities and bus routes [are available],” it added.

- Bexley High Street, Bexley (£285,000)

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On the doorstep of Bexley station, this two bedroom flat has an entrance hall, a balcony, bathroom and garage to the rear.

It is situated within the heart of Bexley Village, according to Rightmove, and is within a short walk of local shops and bus routes.

House hunters may consider this property if they desire close transport links.

- Dartford Road, Bexley, DA5 (£280,000)

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This two bedroom flat is within one and a half miles of nine primary schools which have been rated ‘good’ by Ofsted inspectors.

At least three of the seven secondary schools near its address have been rated ‘outstanding’.

According to Rightmove, key features include double glazed windows, a garden and allocated parking.

People looking for close transport links may be interested that it is less than a mile away from Bexley station.

- Bexley High Street, Bexley (£250,000)

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This one bedroom flat’s description on Rightmove says: “Internal viewing is a must on this spacious one bedroom split level conversion flat that is situated in the heart of sought after Baexley Village.

“Bexley railway station is just moments away and the A2 is within one minute by car.

“Given this property’s size, location and condition, we feel that it makes an ideal first time buy, or buy to let, investment and must be viewed internally to be fully appreciated,” it added.

- 74 North Cray Road, Bexley, DA5 (£249,000)

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The description of this one bedroom property on Rightmove says: “This one bedroom converted apartment is located just outside Bexley Village and it looks out onto vast fields of green.

“Foots Cray Meadows is just up the road and Bexley station is just minutes away,” it added.

This one bedroom flat has two parking spaces, central heating and has a share of the freehold.

- Woodside Lane, Bexley (£245,000)

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Key features of this two bedroom property, according to Rightmove, includes two large double bedrooms on a first floor maisonette, spacious living accommodation and a private rear garden.

Located less than a mile from Albany Park railway station, it is also within reach of ‘outstanding’ Townley Grammar School per Ofsted inspectors.

- Bexley High Street, Bexley (£215,000)

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This one bedroom flat is an ‘ideal first time buy’ according to Rightmove and is a ‘convenient location’ for local amenities.

Buyers can walk to Bexley railway station and to Old Bexley Village with local primary school, Old Bexley Church of England School, just down the road and Beths Grammar School a little further on.

Its Rightmove description says: “This ideal first time buy comprises of entrance hall, modern bathroom, one bedroom and an open plan kitchen and living area.

“Benefits to note include secondary glazing, gas central heating, allocated parking, new long lease and no forward chain.”

- North Cray Road, Bexley, Kent, DA5 (£215,000)

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A Grade 1 listed Tudor mansion, this one bedroom flat has key features which include an open plan living room and kitchen, fully double glazed windows and gas central heating.

Its description on Rightmove says: “You’ll find independent stores, family-run businesses, pubs, restaurants and the mainline train station.

“Bexley is also home to two of the borough’s grammars and some respected primary schools for families. Hall Place is Bexley Village’s most notable attraction,” it added.

- Maplehurst Road, Bexley Park (£190,00)

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With an entrance hall, fitted kitchen, allocated parking and a master bedroom, it is “situated is a popular location within easy reach of shops and motorway links,” according to its description on Rightmove.

Its entrance hall has an entry phone, storage heater and cupboard, an airing cupboard and laminate flooring.

This one bedroom flat is down the road from Wilmington Grammar School for Girls, which was rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted inspectors.