HOUSE prices always seem to be on the rise, but every now and again a property comes up that is an absolute bargain.

And the cheapest property in Hampshire according to Rightmove - which is on the market with a guide price of just £110,000- is exactly that.

If you are willing to get your hands dirty and your design head on, then this might be the perfect property for you.

This derelict chapel is nestled away in picturesque Vernham Dean, Andover and is close to both local amenities and the open spaces of the North West Downs.

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Up for auction with Auction House London the property is described as a ‘vacant detached building formerly used as a chapel’.

The building was used as a chapel which opened in 1860, as part of several Methodist chapels in the area.

Information about the chapel online suggests it could seat 108, with standing room for 12.

The property is arranged over ground and mezzanine levels and it is noted that there is potential for redevelopment subject to obtaining the relevant consent.

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With a guide price of £110,000 this chapel goes up for public auction on February 10th at midday.

For more information on the property or arrange a viewing, call 020 8012 3603 or view the property through this link.