The average house price for every area in Preston

House-hunters looking to find the most affluent (or cheapest) places to buy a home in Preston are in luck.

Friday, 23rd April 2021, 2:15 pm
Updated Friday, 23rd April 2021, 3:28 pm
The average house price for every area in Preston

The House of Commons Library recently published data revealing the median (middle) house price for each area of the city to provide an indicator of affordability.

The information shows a wide fluctuation in prices, starting from £70,000 to over £200,000.

Below are the median house prices from September 2020 - the latest available figures.

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The median house prices in Broughton and Wychnor from September 2020 is £255,955

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The median house prices in Grimsargh and Goosnargh from September 2020 is £226,250
The median house prices in Cadley and College from September 2020 is £212,750
The median house prices in Lea and Marina from September 2020 is £203,498
The median house prices in Longsands from September 2020 is £195,500
The median house prices in Haslam Park from September 2020 is £155,000
The median house prices in Ashton on Ribble and Larches from September 2020 is £130,000
The median house prices in Brookfield and Holme Slack from September 2020 is £122,125
The median house prices in Ribbleton from September 2020 is £103,500
The median house prices in Plungington and University from September 2020 is £99,000
The median house prices in Ingol from September2020 is £98,000
The median house prices in St George's from September 2020 is £90,000
The median house prices in Frenchwood and Fishwick from September 2020 is £85,000
The median house prices in Moor Park from September 2020 is £84,000
The median house prices in St Matthew's from September 2020 is £70,000