HOUSE hunting is a bit of a nightmare for many at the moment, with prices and interest rates high.

But that does not mean there are no options for those on a smaller budget, with a range of homes available in Herefordshire for less than £80,000.

Here are three Herefordshire homes on the market right now for as little as £60,000.

Ledbury Reporter:

West Street, Leominster

This one-bed flat is on the market with agents Connells for £60,000 (leasehold), with 135 years remaining on the lease.

The second-floor apartment is in the centre of the town and offered one double bedroom, a living room and kitchen area, an entrance hall, and a shower room with toilet.

The new owner will have to pay a ground rent of £25 per annum (rising to £50 per annum after 2031), and an annual communal areas cleaning contribution of approximately £120.

Ledbury Reporter:

Town centre, Leominster

This tiny home is up for sale in a Herefordshire market town.

The one-bed leasehold studio in Leominster's town centre is on the market with agents Chancellors for offers over £60,000 (leasehold).

The agents said there are currently 87 years left on the 99-year lease.


The home offers a studio apartment with one bedroom, an open-plan lounge and fitted kitchen, and a bathroom.

Ledbury Reporter:

Rowberry Street, Bromyard

A "spacious" two to three bed flat with a "wealth of character" is on the market in Bromyard.

Listed at £75,000 (leasehold) with agents Flint and Cook, the flat has 117 years remaining on the lease. An annual ground rent of £250 is payable.

The flat has exposed beams galore, kitchen, bathroom, a large sitting room, double glazing, and oil-fired central heating, but, the agents said, it is in need of refurbishment.