The Mansfield and Ashfield areas where average house prices increased most in the last year

The coronavirus pandemic has caused an unprecedented economic shock in the UK.

Friday, 30th April 2021, 12:04 pm
Which areas saw the best rise in average house prices in Mansfield and Ashfield? Photo: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images

But despite that, average house prices held up across England – even if there was a drop in sales.

Mansfield and Ashfield both saw small drops in average prices overall – two per cent and 1.8 per cent respectively – but there was positive growth in some areas of both districts.

Here we reveal the nine neighbourhoods which saw the strongest growth in the year to September 2020.

Average price year ending September 2019: £107,189 Average price year ending September 2020: £118,970 Value rise: 11 per cent
Average price year ending September 2019: £106,902 Average price year ending September 2020: £118,423 Value rise: 10.8 per cent
Average price year ending September 2019: £122,654 Average price year ending September 2020: £132,395 Value rise: 7.9 per cent
Average price year ending September 2019: £176,447 Average price year ending September 2020: £190,332 Value rise: 7.9 per cent
Average price year ending September 2019: £154,284 Average price year ending September 2020: £166,146 Value rise: 7.7 per cent
Average price year ending September 2019: £127,777 Average price year ending September 2020: £137,304 Value rise: 7.5 per cent
Average price year ending September 2019: £144,810 Average price year ending September 2020: £153,997 Value rise: 6.3 per cent
Average price year ending September 2019: £167,195 Average price year ending September 2020: £177,053 Value rise: 5.9 per cent
Average price year ending September 2019: £155,727 Average price year ending September 2020: £164,870 Value rise: 5.9 per cent