Whether you're curious or are on the hunt for a house, it's always exciting to see what is on the market.

From luxury mansions, doer-uppers, former churches and cosy bungalows, the housing market is far and wide much like the prices on the market too.

Although it's always fun to look at the most expensive and grand properties up for grabs, we thought we'd take a look at the cheapest property in Bexley.

You might think it will be a tiny home, with no roof and needs knocking down and starting over, but you just might be surprised how much you can get for your buck.

Bexley's cheapest home on the market

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This two-bed semi-detached home is based on a residential road close to local shops and amenities and based near plenty of handy public transport links. 

The home is set to go up for auction on October 26 with a price guide of £150,000 and is the perfect home for anyone looking for a project. 

Set over two floors and with a front and rear garden, the home offers plenty of opportunities and character. 

Starting in the reception room, the space is large with room for large furniture and seating areas. 

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Although the room is in need of a lot of refreshing and some new flooring, it's a great space for someone to make their own. 

A prospective new ownere will also have the chance to re-open the fireplace, uncover the floorboards and give it a fresh coat of plaster. 

The kitchen is a classic design for a house of this age, with the area leading into the bathroom and the back door to the rear garden. 

The remains of the original kitchen show that there is a chance to modernise with large countertops and new appliances throughout the area. 

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Downstairs the family bathroom is in much need of some touch-ups with an entire clear-out and new flooring needed. 

But the original design and layout do give new buyers some inspiration for what works and what they think could improve the room. 

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Upstairs, the first of two rooms are large, with access to the attic and a large window. 

However, with signs of dampness, it is important to be cautious when doing any work in the area. 

But the empty space means new buyers get a completely fresh start and can make it as colourful and bright as they would like. 

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Outside into the rear garden, although it is overgrown, it has a large garden allowing for plenty of opportunity to make it into a great social space or family-friendly garden. 

You can see the full listing on Zoopla now.