The cost-of-living crisis continues to price many people out of buying their own homes, but there are still some great options available at small prices.

Many homes across East Lancashire are available at prices that won’t break the bank.

Here, we take a look at five of the cheapest homes available on Rightmove from across the region.

Five of the cheapest homes available in East Lancashire


Alice Street, Darwen

Lancashire Telegraph: Alice Street, DarwenAlice Street, Darwen (Image: Auction Agent, Bury/Rightmove)

This two-bedroom terraced house in Darwen is currently listed for £45,000.

The house boasts a family bathroom, a reception room, and a kitchen, and is located close to the A666 and the M65 motorway, as well as being a short walk from the town centre and the railway station.

Inside, the house is already in a good condition and would not require any extensive work, just tweaking to your own tastes.


Willow Street, Burnley

Lancashire Telegraph: Willow Street, BurnleyWillow Street, Burnley (Image: Pugh & Company Limited/Rightmove)

Located on Willow Street in Burnley, this two-bedroom home is available for the low price of £44,000.

This terraced house is in a great central spot, being within walking distance of the three main railway stations in the town as well as the town centre and other major shopping areas.

Again, it would not require extensive work inside and benefits from on-road parking at the front and a rear yard.


Grange Street, Burnley

Lancashire Telegraph: Grange Street, BurnleyGrange Street, Burnley (Image: Pattison Estate Agents, Burnley)

This two-bedroom mid-terraced house in Burnley is listed for £35,000, having been reduced just over a month ago.

Again, it’s close to Burnley’s three railway stations and has excellent links to the M65, as well as being convenient for town centre shopping areas.

Inside there is a downstairs lounge and kitchen, plus two bedrooms and a family bathroom, and there is also an enclosed yard at the rear making it suitable for a small family home.


Railway View, Brierfield

Lancashire Telegraph: Railway View, BrierfieldRailway View, Brierfield (Image: Petty Real Estate Agents/Rightmove)

Next up is this small mid-terrace house in Brierfield, currently listed for £30,000.

Unlike the previous listings, this would require some work inside, but would be ideal for a first-time buyer looking for a good renovation project.

Inside there is a spacious lounge with a gas fire and understairs storage, a kitchen with fitted wall and base units and access to a rear yard with an outbuilding.

Upstairs there is a double bedroom and a three-piece bathroom suite to the rear.

The house is centrally located in the town, just a short walk from Brierfield railway station and close to local amenities.


Westwood Street, Accrington

Lancashire Telegraph: Westwood Street, AccringtonWestwood Street, Accrington (Image: Auction Agent, Bury/Rightmove)

The last house on our list, located on Westwood Street in Accrington, is currently available for just £20,000.

The house consists of three double bedrooms, a bathroom, a lounge, a kitchen, and a vestibule entrance, while there is also a rear yard with an outbuilding.

This house is an ideal investment opportunity and would require significant work inside and out having suffered fire damage, making it another great option for anyone looking for a project.

The house is just a short walk from Accrington railway station and is close to other local amenities.