THE cheapest property that isn't a retirement flat in Penarth on Rightmove is currently on sale for just under £150,000.

According to the UK Land Registry data, the average flat price in the Vale of Glamorgan was £175,291 in January.

The price of this one bedroom flat on Harriet Street in Cogan was reduced in January so that the asking price is now £149,950.

The property includes one double bedroom, an open plan living/kitchen/dining area, a bathroom and a garden.

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Recommended for a first time buyer, the property listing also advertises a good amount of storage space, as well as double-glazed windows.

The open plan living/kitchen/dining area contains a grill/combination microwave as well as a split level oven, hob, washing machine and dishwasher.

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There is also a breakfast bar and plenty of space for a table and chairs in the modern kitchen area.

The bedroom is spacious for a one bedroom flat and, like the rest of the property apart from the bathroom, has wooden flooring.

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The newly refurbished bathroom contains a rainfall shower with minimal shower screen, a toilet with twin flush, and has hidden plumbing throughout.

There is a south facing rear garden, with raised beds and lawn, decking and outside storage.

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The first floor flat has access to the garden for drying clothes and to the parking area on the left hand side.

Parking is available for two cars at the front of the property and this is where occupants can access the gas meter.

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Council tax costs £1,533.95 per annum as it is a Band C property.

To find out more, visit the listing on Rightmove here.