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http://www.examiner.co.uk/news/local-west-...86081-20634582/

Elmsall houses ‘lowest’

Mar 17 2008 by Peter Barrow, Huddersfield Daily Examiner

A STREET in West Yorkshire has been named as the cheapest place to buy a house in England and Wales with the average property costing less than £30,000, research has shown.

Oxford Street, in the former coal mining town of South Elmsall, has been crowned the most affordable street in England and Wales with homes changing hands for an average of just £25,600, according to property website Mouseprice.com. Two streets in Middlesbrough followed, with highest average value £28,000.

The group based its research on Land Registry house prices, stressing that properties in some streets may not have been sold in normal free market conditions, instead being bought under right-to-buy schemes or compulsory purchase ones.

All of the top 20 cheapest streets in England and Wales were in northern regions, with nine streets in the North East, seven in the North West and four in Yorkshire and the Humber.

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Oxford Street, in the former coal mining town of South Elmsall, has been crowned the most affordable street in England and Wales with homes changing hands for an average of just £25,600, according to property website Mouseprice.com.

Wow - you could buy an entire street for the price of a 3 bed semi in Hounslow!

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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