EVERYONE loves a bargain - and the cheapest property for sale in and around Newport is definitely that.

With stunning South Wales countryside all around us, property prices in the area often come at a premium.

It makes property on the lower end of the scale all the more sought after, such as this two-bedroom mid terraced house in the village of Cwmcarn.

On the Monmouthshire border, there is plenty to like about this one – not least the price tag.

It is being sold by auction, and has a guide price of £62,000.

That price could well rise – subject to demand, but below, you can find out just what’s on offer.

The property is being auctioned by Seel & Co ltd.

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Everything you need to know about this property

Located on Wood Street – in the middle of a terraced row of houses, the property consists of two bedrooms and a bathroom.

It has been described by the auctioneers as “an attractive mid-terrace, two double bedroom cottage”.

Built of stone, it is of sturdy design.

South Wales Argus: The interior of the property is said to be in good condition (Credit: Seel and Co)The interior of the property is said to be in good condition (Credit: Seel and Co)

Helpfully, despite the attractive price tag, the interior is said to be in good condition.

That being said, there is suggestion that it could potentially use “some decorative improvement”.

The windows and doors are uPVC, and there is a modern central heating system – which suggests that it has benefitted from some TLC in the fairly recent past.

To the rear, there is a reasonable sized garden, consisting of a patio and some borders.

South Wales Argus: The kitchen of the property (Credit: Seel and Co)The kitchen of the property (Credit: Seel and Co)

However, this could almost certainly benefit from some landscaping work, as, in its current condition, it is somewhat overgrown.

This property is being sold at auction online on October 26 2021.

Bidding starts from midday on Monday, October 25, and closes at 4pm on the day of the auction.

Everything you need to know, including how to submit a bid, can be found on the Seel & Co website here.