THERE are some bargain properties for sale on the Cumbrian market.

Some of them are investment properties and require some refurbishment, but others are an absolute steal and ready to move straight into

According to Zoopla (property group), the average house price in Cumbria is £189,960- and every property on the list is at least £141,960 cheaper than this average.

These are the cheapest houses to buy in North and West Cumbria right now- would you ever be tempted to invest in any of them?

Moss Bay Road, Workington

News and Star: Moss Bay property (Photo: Zoopla)Moss Bay property (Photo: Zoopla)

This one bed end terrace home is currently one of the cheapest properties for sale on Zoopla.

However, once you take a look inside it’s clear to see why as the interiors are in great need of modernisation and refurbishment.

However, after a bit of fixing up this could be a great little place to live.

News and Star: The ground floor still looks like a shop (Photo: Zoopla)The ground floor still looks like a shop (Photo: Zoopla)

The ground floor is still laid out as a bookmakers and it has a shop floor area, with access to the cellar and enclosed rear.

The flat can be accessed through the side door. The lounge in the flat is spacious and the bedroom is big enough to fit a double bed.

View the full property listing online.

Moss Bay Road, Workington

News and Star: Inside the £39K property (Photo: Zoopla)Inside the £39K property (Photo: Zoopla)

This is another affordable property on Moss Bay Road- but this place doesn’t come with a shop floor.

This terraced house has two bedrooms and is actually in decent condition considering the low price point.

News and Star: The yard is a decent size (Photo: Zoopla)The yard is a decent size (Photo: Zoopla)

Inside the property is a “spacious” living room and a “generously” sized rear yard.

Find more details about the property on Zoopla.

Senhouse Street, Siddick, Workington

News and Star: The Senhouse street property (Photo: Zoopla)The Senhouse street property (Photo: Zoopla)

This property is described as “excellent value for money” and ideal for first time buyers or investors.

The lounge is described as a “spacious” room with a marble hearth and inset.

Upstairs you will find two bedrooms, one of which is a double room.

To the rear there is a low maintenance yard.

Curious to learn more? Visit the Zoopla listing.

Aldby Place, Cleator Moor

News and Star: Aldby Place (Photo: Zoopla)Aldby Place (Photo: Zoopla)

This property is in need of upgrading, but it’s in a great cul-de-sac location and has a lot of potential.

It has three bedrooms and the windows already have double glazing.

News and Star: A look at the property's garden (Photo: Zoopla)A look at the property's garden (Photo: Zoopla)

The property also benefits from front and rear gardens.

Find out more on Zoopla.

Main Street, Ellenborough, Maryport

News and Star: The Main Street property (Photo: Zoopla)The Main Street property (Photo: Zoopla)

On the market for a terraced house?

This property is the most expensive on the list- but it’s still only £48K.

It has one “generous” double bedroom which makes it ideal for couples trying to get on the property market.

News and Star: The yard (Photo: Zoopla)The yard (Photo: Zoopla)

The kitchen benefits from a range of units and worktops, including a chimney extractor which is integrated over the oven and hob.

Want to learn more? Visit Zoopla.