Where house prices are highest and lowest in Bristol

where house prices are highest and lowest in bristol - Where house prices are highest and lowest in Bristol

When it comes to house prices Bristol truly is a city of two tales.

Those living in the most affluent areas fork out a whopping half a million on average for their homes.

This compared to residents in some of the most deprived areas in and around Bristol who paid around £149,000 for a property.

And the latest figures show the gap is only getting bigger. Homeowners living in the richest area – Westbury-on-Trym – enjoyed a seven per cent increase in the value of their properties last year.

 

Whereas those in living in the cheapest area – Hillside in Weston-super-Mare- suffered a four per cent drop.

However, it wasn’t all bad news for those owning the lowest priced houses.  Four locations in Weston (Central, South Worle, North Worle, and Winterstoke)  enjoyed increases in the average costs of homes.

While houses in affluent Long Ashton decreased by five per cent during 2019, bringing the price of an average property to £480,000.

The neighbourhoods with the highest house prices

(Ward // Local authority // Year to March 2018 // Year to March 2019 // % change)

  • Westbury-on-Trym and Henleaze // Bristol // £495,000 // £530,000 // 7%
  • Severn // South Gloucestershire // £482,500 // £500,000 // 4%
  • Stoke Bishop // Bristol // £430,000 // £485,000 // 13%
  • Long Ashton // North Somerset // £505,000 // £480,000 // -5%
  • Backwell // North Somerset // £385,000 // £455,000 // 18%
  • Redland // Bristol // £476,000 // £453,000 // -5%
  • Winford // North Somerset // £427,500 // £427,500 // 0%
  • Gordano Valley // North Somerset // £400,000 // £425,000 // 6%
  • Cotswold Edge // South Gloucestershire // £352,000 // £417,500 // 19%
  • Clifton // Bristol // £420,000 // £407,500 // -3%
  • Ladden Brook // South Gloucestershire // £355,000 // £405,000 // 14%

 

The neighbourhoods with the lowest house prices

(Ward // Local authority // Year to March 2018 // Year to March 2019 // % change)

  • Weston-super-Mare Hillside // North Somerset // £155,000 // £149,000 // -4%
  • Weston-super-Mare Central // North Somerset // £138,750 // £154,000 // 11%
  • Weston-super-Mare South // North Somerset // £157,500 // £155,000 // -2%
  • Weston-super-Mare Mid Worle // North Somerset // £189,500 // £188,500 // -1%
  • Hartcliffe and Withywood // Bristol // £185,000 // £195,000 // 5%
  • Weston-super-Mare South Worle // North Somerset // £199,495 // £206,000 // 3%
  • Weston-super-Mare North Worle // North Somerset // £202,500 // £208,500 // 3%
  • Weston-super-Mare Winterstoke // North Somerset // £202,975 // £210,000 // 3%
  • Wick St Lawrence and St Georges // North Somerset // £210,000 // £210,500 // 0%
  • Lawrence Hill // Bristol // £229,500 // £212,500 // -7%

Read More

Today’s top stories

  • where house prices are highest and lowest in bristol 1 - Where house prices are highest and lowest in Bristol

    Bristol’s oldest pub goes vegan

  • where house prices are highest and lowest in bristol 2 - Where house prices are highest and lowest in Bristol

    Tower block fire

  • where house prices are highest and lowest in bristol 3 - Where house prices are highest and lowest in Bristol

    ‘Oldest DJ in UK’ turning 80

  • where house prices are highest and lowest in bristol 4 - Where house prices are highest and lowest in Bristol

    What it’s like to be a bailiff

For the latest news in and around Bristol, check back on  Bristol Live’s homepage.

Back to: Home Bristol NewsSource: Bristol Post

Help us share

You may also like...

HAVE A QUICK QUESTION?

Simply fill our short form and we will contact you back asap.

X
CONTACT US