Streets across Dorset’s BH postcodes were ranked the cheapest and most expensive – with the average house price ranging from £99,000 to over £5million. Home sales company Property Solvers has a new tool that tracks the average price of homes sold from HM Land Registry data to determine the lowest and highest house prices in the area of the postal code of BH.
The data has been taken from the start of 2016 until now, and below is a list of streets in areas BH13 and BH14 to show the difference in average house prices on Millionaire’s Row compared to other areas of Poole . Four houses on Panorama Road (BH13) sold for an average price of £5.7million, while the cheapest in this area averaged £202,833.
In the BH14 area, the most expensive street was Pearce Avenue with an average price of £3.4million, and the cheapest was Station Road in Parkstone where the house sold for an average of £99,321. DorsetLive has compiled a list of the cheapest and most expensive streets in the BH13 and BH14 postcode areas along with the number of sales.
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Cheaper – BH13
The most expensive – BH13
Cheaper – BH14
The most expensive – BH14
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