The value and price of your home varies depending on your location. There’s no right or wrong, I just thought it’d be interesting to see what this price tag gets you based on where you purchase a home.
I searched the country to bring you five homes priced at $300,000, but that differ in style, size and location. I think you'll find the differences between the homes quite fascinating! Take a look at what we found. I'm curious to hear your thoughts in the comments section below.
Saco, ME (Northeast)
Quick Facts: 3 beds 2.5 baths 1,540 sqft
This single family home located in Saco, ME is a nice size. It’s also just a short distance to nearby beaches and golf courses.
The kitchen has beautiful hardwood floors and matching wood cabinets. The stainless steel appliances and kitchen island make the smaller size not seem so bad.
A quaint but bright sunroom with beautiful green paint and white window trim. This looks like the perfect room for getting lost in a good book!
There’s plenty of room in this backyard for doing just about any sort of activity. It sure is a lot of lawn to take care of, but luckily there’s a nice patio to enjoy after all that yardwork is done.
Raleigh, NC (Southeast)
Quick Facts: 3 beds 2.5 baths 2,417 sqft
This single family home located in Raleigh, NC is very attractive and well-kept! The garage doors and stone siding add the perfect amount of charm!
Not a huge kitchen, but there’s plenty of room for maneuvering around. We love the cute eat-in kitchen area. The lovely light fixture, neutral walls and hardwood work well together.
Check out the unique ceiling design and those big, beautiful windows! It looks like a very cozy and comfortable spot for watching the big game or entertaining guests.
Installing a brick patio is never a bad idea. The landscaping could use a little work, but it does have a huge backyard with an attractive wood fence. It’s the perfect space for playing with the dog or kids!
Minneapolis, MN (Midwest)
Quick Facts: 3 beds 2 baths 1,891 sqft
This quaint single family home located in Minneapolis, MN is super cute. We love the red door, big, beautiful tree and large front yard on this lot.
The kitchen is a bit dated, but does have a nice open layout. The windows and eat-in kitchen make it a lovely spot for cooking or enjoying a meal with the family.
This living room is lovely! The bay window, hardwood floors and red accents come together to create a relaxed and comfortable sitting room.
The yard behind this home is the perfect size. There’s plenty of room and open grass for kids to play, while still leaving enough space for the adults to lounge on the wood deck.
Phoenix, Arizona (Southwest)
Quick Facts: 3 beds 2 baths 1,541 sqft
The exterior paint color on this single family home in Phoenix, Arizona is beautiful.
We love how the muted blue looks against the natraul green and neutral colors found in nature. The covered front porch and white picket fence welcomes you inside a home filled with ample natural light.
The kitchen has a southwestern vibe to it, and while it’s a bit dated, it fits the location. The mini kitchen island and bright natural light are definitely bonuses to have when you’re working with a smaller kitchen.
There’s a decent size living area in this home that includes several lovely windows. We like the area rug that’s draped over the tile floors because it makes the room a bit cozier.
If you live in a warm climate than a backyard and patio are a must! This AZ home is lucky enough to have some green grass and ample space to sit and enjoy the weather.
Sacramento, CA (West)
Quick Facts: 3 beds 2 baths 1,127 sqft
Last but not least, we have a single family home in Sacramento, CA that’s located in a gated Mediterranean-style community. The owners did a nice job up keeping the home exterior and surrounding landscape.
A beautiful kitchen with gray painted walls, wood cabinets and stainless steel appliances. The large window above the sink and glass front cabinets add some flair to the boxy space.
We love the nice high ceilings in this living room! The neutral color scheme and large windows make this room feel bright and cheery.
The backyard could use a little love, but at least there’s a good amount of space to work with if they ever wanted to update the patio. It’s got to be nice to having those windows bring in oodles of natural light!
Determining where you want to buy a home and live is a big decision. This was a small sampling of homes, but it should have at least given you a little insight as to what kind of houses you’ll find around the country in the $300,000 price range. If nothing else, I hope you found it an interesting read and had some fun looking inside these beautiful homes!
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