Many people have become weary of the same old sights and are considering a new home as Burnley emerges from lockdown.
And there are plenty available across the borough to suit all budgets.
The average house price in England, according to the latest UK house price index, for December 2020, is £269,150, while in Burnley it is £97,667, up 11.2 per cent on December 2019, when it was £87,823.
These are some of the most expensive homes on the market in Burnley right now, according to property website Zoopla.
1. Woodend Road, Reedley Hallows
This 'once-in-a-lifetime property, on sale for £795,000 with Keenans, includes a detached barn conversion split into two dwellings, a separate detached property and a number of outbuildings.
2. Royle, Burnley
This three-bedroom detached barn conversion, for sale for £650,000 with Entwistle Green, inclues four acres of paddock, a stable block, tack room and storage sheds.
3. Off Red Lees Road, Burnley
This five-bedroom mews house is on the market for £650,000 with JonSimon Estate Agents.
4. Glen View Road, Burnley
Offers in the region of £475,000 are invited by Purplebricks for this "prestige farmhouse" with four bedrooms, a self-contained flat and countryside views towards Pendle Hill.