How much house you can buy for $325,000

While this price point is about 74 percent higher than the national median home value, which is currently $187,000 according to Zillow, that doesn't mean you'll get a mansion in every market.

You may be able to get a four-bedroom, three-bathroom house with a heated pool and hot tub in Tucson, but if you're shopping in Manhattan, you may find you can only afford a 315-square-foot ground floor studio co-op.

The amenities available in $325,000 homes vary as much as the size of the homes themselves. In more densely-packed cities like New York and Chicago, you'll be lucky to get a balcony or other small outdoor space with your home. In less-crowded metro areas like Atlanta or Portland, you might get a lot more space for outdoor entertaining with a large yard, deck or porch.

Click ahead to see homes you can buy for $325,000 in 10 markets around the country.

New York, New York

This studio co-op with one bathroom on Manhattan's Upper East Side is for sale for $325,000. It is less than one-fourth of the area's median home value of $1,350,100.

New York, New York

The 315-square-foot unit is located on the building's ground floor and has hardwood floors, a tiled bathroom and laundry facilities in the building.

Atlanta, Georgia

This four-bedroom, four-bathroom home in the Riverside neighborhood of Atlanta is for sale for $325,000. It last sold in February 2003 for $237,000, according to Zillow -- about 73 percent of the current price. It is more than 2.5 times more expensive than the area's median home value of $126,100.

Atlanta, Georgia

It has hardwood floors, a fireplace, finished basement a two-tier back deck and a covered front porch.

Los Angeles, California

This two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in the Harbor City area of Los Angeles is for sale for $325,000. It last sold in March 2006 for $350,000, according to Zillow, about 7 percent more than the current price.

Los Angeles, California

The home has a stone fireplace, built-in shelving, a built-in home theater system, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.

Chicago, Illinois

This one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood is for sale for about $325,000. It last sold in October 1999 for $211,500, according to Zillow -- about 65 percent of the current price. It is about 5 percent more expensive than the area's median home value of $310,400.

Chicago, Illinois

The condo has exposed brick walls, a fireplace, a 240-square-foot balcony and one parking space. The resident also gets access to the building's rooftop deck and a membership to the first-floor gym.

Portland, Oregon

This four-bedroom, two bathroom house in the Wilkes neighborhood of Portland is for sale for $325,000. It last sold in December 1997 for $178,000, about 55 percent of the current price. It is about 19 percent more expensive than the area's median home value of $273,800.

Portland, Oregon

The split-level home has stained glass windows, two fireplaces, hardwood floors, a multi-level back deck and a swimming pool.

Honolulu, Hawaii

This one-bedroom, one-bathroom property in downtown Honolulu is for sale for $325,000. It last sold in March 2015 for $305,000, according to Zillow. It is priced at about 55 percent of the area's median home value of $587,900.

Honolulu, Hawaii

The home has wall-to-wall windows with views of the city and comes with kitchenware and linens. It comes with one parking space and building amenities include a pool, meeting room, laundry room and restaurant.

Tucson, Arizona

This four-bedroom, three-bathroom house in the Copper Creek neighborhood of Tucson is listed for $325,000. It last sold in September 2001 for $170,000, according to Zillow, just over half of the current price. It is about 20 percent more expensive than the area's median home value of $271,500.

Tucson, Arizona

The home has tile and hardwood floors, a three-car garage and a fenced back yard with a second-floor deck, a patio and a heated pool and hot tub with a rock waterfall.

Charleston, South Carolina

This four-bedroom, three-bathroom house in Charleston is for sale for about $325,000. It last sold in August 2012 for $265,000, according to Zillow -- about 82 percent of the current price. The home is about 44 percent more expensive than the area's median home value of $225,600.

Charleston, South Carolina

The home has a two-story front porch, a screened porch, stainless steel appliances, a fireplace and a detached two-car garage. The homeowner also gets access to a neighborhood swimming pool.

Richmond, Virginia

This two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom row house in Richmond's Union Hill neighborhood is for sale for $325,000. It last sold in April 2003 for $203,000, according to Zillow -- about 62 percent of the current price. It is about 2.7 times more expensive than the area's median home value of $121,700.

Richmond, Virginia

The home was built around 1890 and has exposed brick walls, several fireplaces, hardwood floors, porches on the front and back of the house and a fenced back yard.

Omaha, Nebraska

This one-bedroom, two-bathroom home -- formerly a fire station -- is for sale for $325,000. It last sold in June 2002 for $40,000, according to Zillow -- about 12 percent of the current price. It is about 4.3 times more expensive than the area's median home value of $75,500.

Omaha, Nebraska

The fire station was built in 1891 and has exposed brick walls in most rooms. The home has a modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a back deck and an attached 900-square-foot garage.