- House Prices
DY9 covers areas of Stourbridge, Hagley, Belbroughton and Clent in Worcestershire. House prices in DY9 have seen an increase of up to ▲ 8.98% within the past 12 months, which is an average value increase of ££28,886. The average house price is now £350,456
We have listed below the top ten most expensive streets to live on in DY9.
#10 Most Expensive Street in DY9
Hampton Gardens, Stourbridge
Hampton Gardens is an exclusive cul-de-sac of the detached family situated in Pedmore, just off Old Ham Lane. After a £68,121 value increase over the past 12 months, properties on Hampton Gardens have an estimated average value of £943,000.
The latest sale on Hampton Gardens was 3 Hampton Gardens, a five-bedroom, three-bathroom, and three reception room detached property, which achieved a sale price of £625,000 in August 2018.
#9 Most Expensive Street in DY9
Bromwich Lane, Hagley
Bromwich Lane is a lovely residential lane, surrounded by the beautiful Hagley countryside. Privacy is a huge bonus of this road, with most properties having gated driveways. House prices have increased by an average value of £90,234 over the past 12 months on Bromwich lane, and the average house price is now estimated at £960,000.
Two properties on Bromwich Lane have sold within the past 12 months. 10 Bromwich Lane, a four-bedroom detached house, sold for £930,000 in September 2020. 1 Bromwich Lane, a five-bedroom detached house, sold for £655,000 in November 2020.
#8 Most Expensive Street in DY9
Polo Fields, Stourbridge
Polo Fields is a popular road, made up of large detached houses and bungalows. Properties on this road have increased by an average of £69,763 over the past 12 months. The average value of a property on Polo Fields is now estimated to be £973,000.
The last property to sell on Polo Fields was 5 Polo Fields, Stourbridge, which sold for £600,000 in September 2013. No properties on Polo Fields have come on the market since then.
#7 Most Expensive Street in DY9
Beeches Mews, Hagley
Beeches Mews is a gated development of large detached houses in Hagley. Properties in this development have received an average value increase of £73,794 in the past 12 months. The estimated value for a property in Beeches Mews is now £1,025,000, which makes it the 7th most expensive place to live in DY9.
The latest property to sell in Beeches Mews was 2 Beeches Mews, a five-bedroom, three-bathroom, three-reception room detached house which sold for £650,000 in 2013.
#6 Most Expensive Street in DY9
Woodman Lane, Clent
Woodman Lane is a popular road in the sought-after village of Clent and is positioned close to the National Trust Clent Hills, making it a perfect location for wakers. On average, houses on Woodman Lane have increased by a value of £76,121 in the past 12 months, and the estimated value of a house on this road stands at £1,049,000.
2 Woodland Lane, Clent, a three-bedroom terraced house, sold in January 2021 for £406,000. Prior to this, St Elizabeth's Cottage on Woodman Lane is the latest property to sell, which achieved a sale price of £1,695,000 in September 2018.
#5 Most Expensive Street in DY9
Mearse Lane, Belbroughton
Mearse Lane is a beautiful country lane in Belbroughton, which also sits beautiful properties. The average value of properties on Mearse Lane has increased by an average value of £76,709 in the last 12 months. The estimated average value for properties on this lane is currently £1,065,000.
The latest property to sell on Mearse Lane is The Cottage; a detached property that sold for £380,000 in February 2018. Before then, a property hadn't sold since 2013.
#4 Most Expensive Street in DY9
Drayton Grove, Stourbridge
Drayton Grove is a gated development of large detached homes located on Drayton Road in Belbroughton, originally built in 2003. The average value of a property on Drayton Grove has increased by approximately £82,452 in the last 12 months, making the estimated sale value approximately £1,075,000.
Warwick House, 9 Drayton Grove, is the most recent sale on Drayton Grove, which achieved a sale price of £1,100,000 in March 2019.
#3 Most Expensive Street in DY9
Newfield Place, Hagley
Properties on Newfield Place in Hagley were originally built in 1999, and no sales have been recorded since the initial purchases- all of which were under £300,000.
Zoopla estimates that properties on this road now have an average value of £1,118,000, an increase of £86,665 in the last 12 months, making it the third most expensive place to live in DY9.
#2 Most Expensive Street in DY9
Field Lane, Clent
Field Lane is conveniently located off the A491, located in the sought-after village of Clent which boasts beautiful countryside and great country pubs.
House prices have increased by an average value of £76,031 over the past 12 months, making the estimated value of a property on Field Lane £1,132,000.
Walnut Tree House is the most recent sale on Field Lane, which is a gorgeous 5 bedroom detached house, and achieved a sale price of £1,350,000 in December 2020.
You can view the previous listing of this property here.
Most Expensive Street in DY9
Finally, ranking number 1 on the most expensive places to live in DY9 is in Broome, DY9 0HA.
Properties on DY9 0HA have achieved a value increase of £100,640 in the past 12 months alone. It is estimated that the average value of a property on this road is £1,184,000.
Two properties sold in this postcode in 2020; School House, a two-bed detached period property, which sold for £400,000 in November 2020, and Bourne Cottage, a four-bedroom detached home achieving a sale price of £1,000,000 in August 2020.