- House Prices
In 2016, Stourbridge was listed as the 10th most expensive place to live outside of the south. The town is surrounded by beautiful countryside, however, is only 13 miles from the second-largest city in the UK, so it’s easy to see why it is so popular.
The list below is ranked by an estimate of the average value of properties on each road in DY8.
#10 Most Expensive Street in Stourbridge
Norton Road, Stourbridge
The Norton Road in Stourbridge is an extremely popular street to live on Stourbridge. Mainly made up of detached properties, Norton Road is within proximity of Oldswinford High Street, Stourbridge Junction train station, Stourbridge Golf Club, and Mary Stevens Park- a popular hotspot for Stourbridge residents. The current average value of a property on Norton Road is estimated to be £722,000, which has had a value change of £33,237, 6.85%, over the last 12 months, making it the tenth most expensive street to live on in Stourbridge.
The latest sale was 60 Norton Road in October 2020. This property is a four-bedroom detached house, with a sale price of £636,000.
#9 Most Expensive Street in Stourbridge
Norton Close, Stourbridge
Norton Close in Stourbridge is located in Norton, just a road away from Norton Road. The average current value for a property on Norton Close is estimated to be £727,000, which has seen a value change of £43,894 over the past 12 months.
The last sale was 10 Norton Close in June 2020; a detached property with a sale value of £640,000.
#8 Most Expensive Street in Stourbridge
Racecourse Lane is a popular road in Stourbridge, and is also where Stourbridge Golf Club is located. It is estimated that the average value of a property on Racecourse Lane is £801,000.
Racecourse Farm on Racecourse Lane sold for £1,500,000 in September 2019, whilst The Croft, Racecourse Lane, sold for £550,000 in March 2020.
#7 Most Expensive Street in Stourbridge
County Lane in Inverley is a beautiful lane, surrounded by countryside. Properties on this lane have received a value change of £49,707 over the past 12 months, and now have an estimated average value of £857,000.
The latest sale on County Lane was 100 County Lane, which sold for £520,000 in September 2020.
#6 Most Expensive Street in Stourbridge
The Coppice, Hagley
The Coppice is located within the popular Hagley Village, Worcestershire, and is situated within proximity of Hagley Catholic School, and Haybridge High School, and Sixth Form. The street is made up of four and five-bedroom detached homes, with an estimated current average value of £876,000. The Coppice, Hagley, has seen a value increase of £50,979 over the past 12 months.
1 The Coppice was the latest property sale on this street, which sold for £795,000 in December 2020.
#5 Most Expensive Street in Stourbridge
Brake Lane in Hagley includes the following postcodes; DY8 2XL, DY8 2XN, DY8 2XP, DY8 2XR, DY8 2XS, DY8 2XW, which combined have an average value of £951,000. In October 2019, The Lodge, Brake Lane, sold for £495,000, which is the latest sale on Brake Lane.
#4 Most Expensive Street in Stourbridge
Landsgate in Stourbridge is located just off Racecourse Lane, opposite Stourbridge Golf Club, which is one of the most desirable residential locations in Stourbridge. The average current value of a property on Landsgate is estimated at £964,000, with a value change of £56,464 over the past 12 months.
The last sale on Landsgate was 4 Landsgate, Stourbridge, in 2021, a four-bedroom bungalow that received a sale price of £600,000. Before this sale, a property hasn’t been on the market since 2004. In the last 10 years, there have only been two sales on this road.
#3 Most Expensive Street in Stourbridge
Ounty John Lane, Stourbridge
Ounty John Lane is located off Racecourse Lane, opposite Stourbridge Golf Club. It is made up of large, detached homes, most of which you cannot see from the road due to their driveway gates, however, there is a mix of smaller properties too. The road itself is extremely popular for walkers, as access to beautiful countryside walks is located at the top of the road. The average value of a property on Ounty John Lane is estimated at £1,058,000, which has received a value change of £41,514 in the last 12 months.
The latest sale on this road is 12 Ounty John Lane, a 6 bed 4 bath detached property which received a sale price of £1,115,000 in August 2020.
#2 Most Expensive Street in Stourbridge
Quarry Park Road, Stourbridge
Quarry Park Road is again located off Racecourse Lane, opposite Stourbridge Golf Course. The road is made up of beautiful, detached properties. The average value of a property on Quarry Park Road is estimated to be £1,228,000, which has received a value change of £79,358 over the past 12 months.
Two properties sold at the start of 2021 in Quarry Park Road; The Cottage, which received a sale price of £1,050,000 in February, and Lainchbury, Quarry Park Road, which sold for £1,685,000 in January 2021.
#1 Most Expensive Street in Stourbridge
Brunswick Gate is again located off Racecourse Lane, opposite Stourbridge Golf Club. It is made up of beautiful, large, detached homes, making it the number 1 most expensive street to live on in Stourbridge.
The average current value of a property on Brunswick Gate is £1,359,000, which has achieved a value increase of £79,223 over the past 12 months.
The latest property to sell on Brunswick Gate was 8 Brunswick Gate, a 6 bed detached house with a detached triple garage, in February 2017, which achieved a sale price of £875,000. You can see the previous listing of this property here.