What can £600 a month get renters across the country?
Renting has long been an established lifestyle choice for many people, and there’s an abundance of rental homes to choose from on Rightmove.
But whether you’re moving for work, family reasons, or you simply want a fresh start, your budget can stretch to various limits depending on where you decide to live.
So we’ve taken a look at what £600 per calendar month (pcm) will get you in different regions across the UK… Happy home-hunting!
Less than a 20-minute drive from Newcastle city centre, this plush two-bedroom apartment is nestled in the vibrant village of Ryton.
The first floor property features a huge open plan living and kitchen area, and the simple, stylish décor creates a thoroughly luxurious feel.
The apartment is flooded with light through those beautiful, big windows, and this place also boasts off-street parking. It’s perfect for young professionals.
This property is listed for rent with Rook Matthews Sayer.
If you’re a young or growing family looking for a period property surrounded by rolling countryside, then this home is for you.
This recently renovated stone-built terraced house is found in the heart of the historic village of Upholland, on the outskirts of Wigan, and boasts genuinely stunning country views.
It’s also had a double-storey extension at the back of the house, meaning there is plenty of living space to enjoy. We’re big fans of the sleek and modern kitchen, too.
This property is listed for rent with Regan & Hallworth.
Yorkshire and The Humber
This super smart two-storey duplex apartment is located just nine miles southwest of Leeds and comes with a whole host of brilliant extras.
The property, which is part of a wider renovation project, has access to an on-site swimming pool and gym facilities – ideal if you’re working from home more.
It also comes with a single parking space and the development is monitored by CCTV.
This property is listed for rent with Raspberry Lettings.
With sublime views overlooking Torquay harbour, this top floor apartment is an absolute gem of a rental property.
The one-bedroom residence is wonderfully bright and spacious, and is just a short walk from the town centre and throngs of restaurants and bars.
And as a bonus, pets will be considered at this apartment.
This property is listed for rent with Torbay Property Management.
This pristinely presented three-bedroom terraced house has been decorated with a neutral palette and we think it’d immediately feel like home.
You’ll find it in the friendly town of Maesteg, which is less than a half-hour drive from the wonderful Aberavon beach in Port Talbot.
The property boasts a lounge/dinner, modern kitchen, family bathroom and a utility room, and upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a single bedroom. This place is also located close to a bus station, a train station, and several shops.
This property is listed for rent with Peter Alan.
Unfortunately, as you may have guessed by now, a budget of £600 a month doesn’t stretch all that far in the capital.
However, if your budget can expand to a little over £9,000 a month, you could aim for something like this bright and airy studio flat in Chelsea.
A first floor apartment in a red brick mansion building located between Fulham Road and Kings Road, this property is perfect for young professionals.
It’s not massive, but it’s tucked away on a residential street in one of London’s trendiest neighbourhoods, and is just a short stroll from the bustling thoroughfare of Earls Court.
This property is listed for rent with Dexters.