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Revealed: Britain’s cheapest streets

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Property market fluctuations in the past couple of years mean it can be hard to know which property locations are within your price range. To highlight and compare the range of potential price tags attached to property across the UK, leading price comparison site MoneySuperMarket has created an interactive tool to reveal and virtually explore the cheapest locations to buy a property across the UK.

The cheapest streets in London

The UK’s capital is perhaps unsurprisingly home to the most expensive streets, with prices significantly higher than anywhere else in the country. The most expensive is Grafton Street in Westminster at £69,189,235, which is 30,788 per cent more than the national median of £224,0001. However, there are some more affordable options in the capital, the top five of which are:

Cheapest locations in London Cheapest street Average property price in London % difference
  1. Railway Approach, Harrow, Greater London
£103,500 £624,072 83
  1. Abbey Close, Hayes, Hillingdon, Greater London
£103,954 £624,072 83
  1. Armada Way, London, Newham, Greater London
£114,743 £624,072 82
  1. Aitken Close, Ruislip, Hillingdon, Greater London
£120,000 £624,072 81
  1. Arthur Street, Erith, Bexley, Greater London
£125,775 £624,072 80

 

The most affordable UK streets

For those looking to get out of the capital, County Durham has 10 of the top 20 most affordable streets in the country. However, the cheapest overall options are in Sunderland, Liverpool, or Lancashire:

Cheapest location in the UK Cheapest street Average property price in the UK % difference
  1. Davison Terrace, Sunderland, Sunderland, Tyne And Wear
£15,000 £158,858 91
  1. Imrie Street, Liverpool, Liverpool, Merseyside
£15,000 £157,828 88
  1. Hurtley Street, Burnley, Burnley, Lancashire
£15,500 £165,923 91
  1. Kingsland Grove, Burnley, Burnley, Lancashire
£16,000 £165,923 90
  1. Thornley Road, Durham, County Durham
£17,000 £123,826 86

 

 




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