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Top 10 Most Expensive Streets in Shrewsbury
According to LivingCost.org, Shrewsbury’s cost of living is in the top 36% of the most expensive cities in the world.
As of August 2021, the average value of a house in Shrewsbury is estimated to be £277,665, which has seen an increase of 10.48% since 2016.
But where are the most expensive streets in Shrewsbury? Here’s the top 10.
10. The Limes, Shrewsbury
According to Zoopla estimates, the 10th most expensive street to live on in Shrewsbury is The Limes, with an average house price of £826,000.
The latest property to sell in The Limes is Richmond House in September 2019; a Grade II listed semi-detached four-bedroom house, which achieved a sale price of £800,000.
9. Shore Lane, Cressage
The 9th most expensive place to live in Shrewsbury is in Shore Lane, Cressage, which has an estimated average house value of £832,000.
The latest property to sell in Shore Lane was Shore Cottage; a three-bedroom detached cottage that achieved a sale price of £499,950 in March 2021. However, the most expensive house to sell in Shore Lane was The Mount; a beautiful seven-bedroom detached property with an outdoor pool and tennis court, which achieved a sale price of £1,400,000 in July 2020.
8. Shelton Park, Shelton, Shrewsbury
Shelton Park is 8th on the list, with an average house value of £849,000. However, due to the small number of houses, data is limited on the Land Registry.
The latest property to sell in Shelton Park was Pinewood House, a detached property that sold in 2016 for £575,000.
7. Russel Ridge, Shrewsbury
The 7th most expensive place to live in Shrewsbury is Russel Ridge. Although a property hasn’t sold on this road since 2005, the estimated average house value is currently £869,000.
6. Kingsland Road, Shrewsbury
The 6th most expensive place to live in Shrewsbury is Kingsland Road, with an estimated value of £912,000.
The latest property to sell on Kingsland Road is Kingswood; a five-bedroom detached property that achieved a sale price of £940,000 in January 2021.
5. Kingsland Bridge Road, Kingsland
Kingsland Bridge Road makes number 5, which an estimated average value of £941,000.
The latest property to sell on Kingsland Bridge Road is Anchorage, a detached house that achieved a sale price of £475,000 in February 2016.
4. Palms Hill, Wem
Palms Hill is the fourth most expensive street to live on in Shrewsbury, with the average house value estimated to be £1,011,000.
The latest property to sell on Palms Hill was Palms Hill House; an outstanding Victorian country house, boasting 8 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and 13 acres. The residence was last sold for £830,000 in 2008, however has since been listed with an asking price of £1,950,000.
3. The Crescent, Town Walls
The third most expensive place to live in Shrewsbury is The Crescent, Town Walls, with an estimated average house price of £1,129,000.
The latest property to sell is 19 Crescent Place; a four-bedroom terraced house, which achieved a sold price of £735,500.
The most expensive house sold is Crescent Lodge, a four-bedroom detached property that received a sale price of £1,100,000 in 2015.
2. Ashton Road, Shrewsbury
The second most expensive place to live in Shrewsbury is Ashton Road, with an estimated average house price of £1,525,00. The latest property to sell was Red Roofs in 2012, a 6 bedroom detached which achieved a sale price of £885,000.
In 2006, 19 Ashton Road, a beautiful 9 bedroom property sold for £1,200,000
1. Butler Road, Shrewsbury
Finally, the most expensive place to live in Shrewsbury is Bulter Road, with an estimated average house value of £1,681,000.
Number 1 Bulter Road is the most recent property to sell, which achieved a sale price of £1,885,000 in October 2019. It is estimated that this property is now worth £2m.
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