Property sales stats

Most expensive areas

This shows the areas with the most expensive properties, ignoring those with less than 10 sales this calendar year. As you may expect, the list is all in central London (or it was when I originally built it).

AreaAverage price
SW7 - South Kensington, Knightsbridge, Kensington and Chelsea£2,056,351
SW1W - Belgravia, Westminster£2,019,184
SW1X - Belgravia, Knightsbridge, Westminster£1,999,868
W8 - Kensington, Holland Park, Kensington and Chelsea£1,772,749
SW3 - Chelsea, Brompton, Knightsbridge, Kensington and Chelsea£1,745,896
W11 - Notting Hill, Holland Park, Kensington and Chelsea£1,519,754
SW13 - Barnes, Castelnau, Richmond upon Thames£1,228,437
SW5 - Earl's Court, Kensington and Chelsea£1,222,106
SW1P - Victoria Station, the Houses of Parliament, Vauxhall Bridge, Pimlico, Westminster£1,151,929
SW10 - West Brompton, Chelsea, Kensington and Chelsea£1,126,434

Cheapest areas

This shows the areas with the cheapest properties, ignoring those with less than 10 sales this calendar year. At time of writing this list is almost exclusively oop North. In fact you could swap your mansion in Belgravia for a whole street of houses in several places.

AreaAverage price
CF43 - Ferndale, Blaenllechau, Tylorstown, Penrhys, Pontygwaith, Stanleytown, Maerdy, Rhondda Cynon Taf£42,816
SR8 - Easington, Easington Colliery, Horden, Little Thorpe, Peterlee, Shotton, Shotton Colliery, County Durham£45,513
TS3 - Brambles Farm, Thorntree, Park End, North Ormesby, Berwick Hills, Middlesbrough£49,190
CF41 - Pentre, Ton Pentre, Ystrad, Gelli, Rhondda Cynon Taf£52,813
NE63 - Ashington, Northumberland£56,757
DL4 - Shildon, County Durham£56,797
DL15 - Crook, Willington, County Durham£57,227
DL17 - Ferryhill, Chilton, Cornforth, Bishop Middleham, County Durham£57,659
CF42 - Treorchy, Cwmparc, Ynyswen, Treherbert, Blaencwm, Blaenrhondda, Rhondda Cynon Taf£57,683
DN32 - Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire£61,486

Annual change

Annual change figures can be pretty volatile so don't read too much into these numbers

AreaAnnual change (%)
DA - Dartford12.8
RM - Romford12.4
E - East London12.1
IG - Ilford10.6
AL - St Albans10.1
SL - Slough10.1
WD - Watford10.0
EN - Enfield9.9
RG - Reading9.3
SS - Southend-on-Sea9.3
HU - Hull9.3
CM - Chelmsford9.2
ME - Rochester9.2
SG - Stevenage8.9
BS - Bristol8.6
BR - Bromley8.6
CO - Colchester8.6
LU - Luton8.5
CT - Canterbury8.3
WC - Central London8.3
BA - Bath8.2
SM - Sutton8.1
GU - Guildford7.8
HP - Hemel Hempstead7.4
CR - Croydon7.4
GL - Gloucester7.2
M - Manchester7.1
OX - Oxford7.0
SE - South East London6.9
IP - Ipswich6.8
MK - Milton Keynes6.8
BN - Brighton6.6
HX - Halifax6.4
NN - Northampton6.2
TF - Telford6.2
CV - Coventry6.2
SN - Swindon6.0
SP - Salisbury6.0
CB - Cambridge5.9
PE - Peterborough5.9
UB - Southall5.7
TN - Tonbridge5.6
HA - Harrow5.5
KT - Kingston upon Thames5.5
WS - Walsall5.4
SO - Southampton5.2
HG - Harrogate5.1
SK - Stockport4.9
NG - Nottingham4.8
SW - South West London4.8
NP - Newport4.7
TW - Twickenham4.7
PO - Portsmouth4.5
TA - Taunton4.5
DT - Dorchester4.4
NR - Norwich4.3
FY - Blackpool4.2
SY - Shrewsbury4.0
LS - Leeds3.8
WF - Wakefield3.7
LN - Lincoln3.7
WV - Wolverhampton3.7
B - Birmingham3.5
LA - Lancaster3.4
TR - Truro3.4
S - Sheffield3.2
TQ - Torquay3.2
EC - Central London3.2
DE - Derby3.1
LD - Llandrindod Wells3.0
LE - Leicester3.0
WR - Worcester3.0
BH - Bournemouth2.9
ST - Stoke-on-Trent2.9
YO - York2.8
DY - Dudley2.8
CW - Crewe2.8
EX - Exeter2.7
BD - Bradford2.6
PL - Plymouth2.5
CF - Cardiff2.4
OL - Oldham2.4
BL - Bolton2.2
BB - Blackburn2.0
CA - Carlisle1.9
DN - Doncaster1.8
SA - Swansea1.8
RH - Redhill1.6
CH - Chester1.5
L - Liverpool1.2
N - North London1.1
WN - Wigan0.9
LL - Llandudno0.7
HD - Huddersfield0.5
PR - Preston0.3
NE - Newcastle upon Tyne0.1
HR - Hereford0.1
DH - Durham-1.0
W - West London-1.2
DL - Darlington-1.5
WA - Warrington-1.6
TS - Cleveland-1.8
NW - North West London-3.1
SR - Sunderland-8.1