The Yorkshire and Humber region has seen the strongest house price growth in the UK during the past decade, according to the Halifax House Price Index published today.
The average cost of a home in the region soared by 130% during the noughties, jumping from £55,574 in 1999 to £127,852 at the end of last year. Goole in East Yorkshire saw the biggest rise, with the average property value jumping by 157% to £134,945.
Additional House price information for the East Riding (including Hull) from OurProperty.co.uk, based on government data on average ‘sold’prices over the last two years, show that:
- the most expensive roads are in Kirk Ella (average actual selling prices between £367,500 and £651,250)
- the least expensive roads are in Orchard Park, Hull (average selling prices between £37,950 and £57,850.
In the HU12 post-code area then Hedon streets account for 5 out of 10 of the least expensive roads (between £70,975 and £94,975). Roads in Paull, Roos and Ottringham top the ‘most expensive’ list (between £276,667 and £357,500) based on average selling prices over the last two years.