Hey big spender – want to buy a new home in the most expensive part of York?
Well, you’re in luck because York’s 2020 property rich list has just been published by homes experts Zoopla.
It shows that the average price of a property on York’s two most expensive addresses is more than £1.1 million.
At number one on the York rich list is The Purey Cust (YO1) – the development off Precentor’s Court created from the former Purey Cust Nuffield Hospital.
And runner up is Driffield Terrace (YO24). In both these locations, average property prices hit a million-plus.
York's most expensive streets – September 2020
|Rank||Street||Zoopla average price
|1||The Purey Cust, York, YO1||£1,147,637|
|2||Driffield Terrace, York, YO24||£1,052,658|
|3||Fenwicks Lane, York, YO10||£875,044|
|4||South Parade, York, YO23||£781,870|
|5||The Horseshoe, York, YO24||£750,401|
|6||Marygate, York, YO30||£734,534|
|7||St. Pauls Square, York, YO24||£726,634|
|8||St. Georges Place, York, YO24||£709,776|
|9||St. Marys, York, YO30||£703,093|
|10||St. Leonards Place, York, YO1||£671,426|
The average property prices on these streets are in the region of £200,000 higher than the third placed street on the list – Fenwicks Lane in YO10.
However, while properties in YO1 have the highest average prices, properties in YO24 occupy more places on the list than any other postcode – with four of the top ten expensive streets located in the postcode.
Current properties for sale on Zoopla in York’s most expensive streets include a four-bed period townhouse in Marygate (£650,000), a two-bed flat in St. George’s Place (£425,000) and a one-bed flat in St. Marys (£175,000).