Average house prices in Altrincham grew by £47,554 over the past year, according to new data from Zoopla.
During the third lockdown the value of a house in Altrincham increased by nearly 2% – equivalent to £9,600 per property.
An average abode in the town centre is 66% more expensive than the median value of a house in England and 148% more than a place in Greater Manchester.
The most expensive road in Altrincham was once again Allandale (£1,856,000), where annual prices grew by 3.23%.
Other lucrative roads included Gorsey Lane (£1,498,000), Harrington Road (£1,327,000), Groby Place (£1,302,000) and Bonville Chase (£1,300,000).
All of the roads that made the top twenty most expensive roads last year kept their place.
Out of most expensive 20 roads, Bradgate Road (£958,000), experienced the fastest growth rate in Altrincham, where properties increased by an average of 10.62%.
Normanby Chase (£1,051,000) was the only road to depreciate in value, as house prices fell by -1.04%.
Note that in this case, Altrincham is central Altrincham, so not part of a neighbouring village such as Hale, Bowdon or Timperley.
The Top 20 Most Valuable Roads in Altrincham
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