What's your budget for your next property? The odds are that it's around the £300,000 mark, as the latest Zoopla price data has revealed that the average property in the UK is currently worth £299,764.
But whether or not that will buy you what you want depends a lot on where you are. In Scotland, for example, it'll get you a grand four-bedroom house with two turrets, whereas in London you're more likely to be looking at a one-bedroom flat in Zone 3.
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"Everyone knows that property prices vary hugely from one part of the UK to another, but it's interesting to see just how stark the differences are from a visual perspective," comments Lawrence Hall, spokesperson for Zoopla.
"We have looked at each British region to hand-pick property listings to show just what the current UK average property value can buy."
Here are Zoopla's picks of averagely-priced properties from around the UK.
Scotland - rural
Your home really can be your castle with this four bedroomed detached house in Skerlmorlie - a traditional sandstone property with spectacular views over the Firth of Clyde and two turret rooms. It costs £295,000.
For exactly the same price, this charming one-bedroom apartment is just a fifteen-minute walk from Haymarket Station, and comes with its own allocated underground car parking space.
North-East - rural
This three-bedroom former corn mill in County Durham has been converted into a spacious family home, with underfloor heating throughout. It has a large garden/paddock and costs £299,000.
North-East - Newcastle
This stylish two-bathroom duplex apartment is set within Newcastle's prestigious Central Exchange Building and directly overlooks Grey Street in the city centre. It's a touch under budget at £280,000.
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Yorkshire and the Humber - rural
A stone built Georgian cottage with original sandstone fire places and exposed beams, this Richmondshire house offers a contemporary kitchen and bathroom, with garden and double garage. It costs £289,950.
Yorkshire and the Humber - Sheffield
Here, £290,000 nets you a beautiful penthouse apartment in the highly-rated Bow House development, right in the heart of Sheffield's city centre. The apartment features a large living and kitchen space, two large bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and three balconies.
North-West - rural
This three-bedroom detached family home set over two floors with three en-suite bathrooms is located within easy reach of Chorley and Preston town centres. You'll get £5 change from your £300,000.
North-West - Manchester
For £5,000 less, you'll still get three bedrooms with this modern apartment. With high quality internal and external finishes, it's located on the edge of Manchester's vibrant Northern Quarter, just a two-minute walk from Victoria station.
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West Midlands - rural
This large four-bedroom property, with an en suite master bedroom has plenty of off-road parking spaces and a fitted kitchen with granite work surfaces. It costs £299,950
West Midlands - Birmingham
This new build three-bedroom duplex apartment is in the heart of Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter. It offers 1,000 square feet of space and is located close to the city centre; it costs £299,950.
East Midlands - rural
This charming, three-bedroom 19th century cottage in Belper offers a large lounge/dining room with exposed original features, a fireplace with a contemporary multi-fuel burning stove, breakfast kitchen with quarry tiled flooring and a master bedroom with an en-suite shower. It costs £299,950.
East Midlands - Nottingham
Here, for £290,000, you'll get an Edwardian detached house that's been refurbished to a high standard. The property features four double bedrooms, fitted wardrobes and a spacious family bathroom with a free-standing roll top bath.
East - rural
This four-bedroom detached family home, situated at the edge of the village of North Lopham, Norfolk, costs £299,000. This impressive house features an entrance hall, cloakroom, generous lounge and a wood burning stove.
East - Cambridge
For four grand less, you'll only get a two-bedroom apartment within two miles of Cambridge's historic and picturesque city centre. It features a master bedroom with built-in-wardrobes, a modern bathroom and communal gardens.
Wales - rural
In Carmarthenshire, £295,000 will buy this large, detached house with five bedrooms (four double), entrance hall, lounge with feature fireplace, dining room, fitted kitchen and double garage.
Wales - Cardiff Bay
This stunning penthouse-style apartment offers beautiful views over Mermaid Quay and the Bristol Channel. Key features include floor-to-ceiling windows, upgraded kitchen integrated units, two double bedrooms with an en-suite to master and a separate family bathroom. It's on the market for £290,000.
South - rural
This three-bedroom semi-detached house in a peaceful cul-de-sac setting in Southbourne has a south-facing lounge and re-fitted kitchen. It costs £298,500.
South - Southampton
Here, £290,000 will let you a two-bedroom top floor corner apartment in Southampton's sought-after area of Ocean Village, located along the waterfront, close to many fine dining restaurants.
South East - rural
This newly built three-bedroom family home is set in a peaceful village location near Canterbury, with lake views and extensive off-street parking. It's up for sale for £298,000.
South East - Tonbridge
A two-bedroom flat in the heart of the bustling market town of Tonbridge, with parking, en-suite master bedroom, balcony and fitted kitchen, costs £299,995. It's only a short walk from the town centre.
London - further out
A well-presented, modern, one-bedroom mews house located on a private road in Enfield Lock costs £299,950. The property features an entrance hall, lounge/dining room, kitchen and conservatory.
London - more central
A one-bedroom flat with a reception room and private patio in West Norwood costs £299,950.
South-West - rural
This four-bedroom family home is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, within walking distance of Trowbridge. It features a well-proportioned lounge, family room and large conservatory, with a superbly fitted kitchen/breakfast room with quality units, integrated appliances and solid oak worktops. It costs a round £300,000.
South-West - Bristol
Here, £295,000 will buy you a modern two-bedroom flat, within easy reach of Bristol city centre and good transport links.