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The most expensive seaside locations around the British mainland revealed by Savills

The most expensive places to buy real estate around the UK mainland coastline have been revealed. At this time, approaching the sea was a pandemic and popular.

Three of the most expensive locations in each county with a coastline have been identified MailOnline property Exclusively by the real estate company Savills.

West Sussex leads the rankings with two coastal villages with average home prices of over £ 1 million, West Itchener with an average price of £ 1,353,615 and Kingston’s homes with an average price of £ 1,169,465.

Photo: The map shows the top 10 most expensive coastal areas in the UK mainland

The coastal location with the highest average home prices in the UK mainland is West Itchener in West Sussex.

The coastal location with the highest average home prices in the UK mainland is West Itchener in West Sussex.

West Sussex coastal spots include the most expensive average real estate prices in the last five years.

Realtors have removed all areas of the data that had sales of less than 20 during the period, as transactions tend to be lower at seaside locations.

This means that not all counties list the top three. The three locations in each county are also not always listed as relatively small county coastlines.

Do your local seaside areas feature? Scroll to the bottom to see the complete list.

The data was edited over the five years to 21 May and covered the coastlines of England, Scotland and Wales.

The coastal location with the highest average home prices that met the data criteria was West Itchener in West Sussex.

According to Savills, the average home price in the village is £ 1,353,615, according to a survey based on land registry sales.

This means that West Itchener homes are more than 5.5 times higher than the average for British homes.

Those who buy a home in the immediate vicinity of the coast can expect to pay the odds for profit.

Francis Classy-Savills

The UK average price is £ 248,857, according to the latest figures from the Nationwide Building Society.

The second most expensive place by the sea is Kingston in West Sussex, where average home prices reach seven-digit £ 1,169,465.

The top 10 most expensive coastal areas include Norfolk’s Burnham Overy with an average home price of £ 835,748, Cornwall’s Morgan Impider at £ 726,883, and Devon’s Salcom at an average of £ 726,379. ..

Francis Classy of Savills said: ‘For the past 18 months, some of the most popular and in-demand properties have been on the UK coastline.

“But those who buy a home in the immediate vicinity of the coast can expect to pay the odds for profit.

Second-hand properties within 100 meters of the England and Wales coastline are on average 23.1% higher than properties up to 1 km inland, up from 17.3% in the previous year.

“The premium for frontline positions with direct water views can also be quite high.”

The average home price (pictured) in Salcom, Devon is 726,379.

Top 10 Seaside Locations: Average Price (Photo) for a property in Salcom, Devon is £ 726,379

It continues separately This Week’s Survey Reveals Britain’s Ideal Home It is a detached house in a seaside village.

After summarizing all the most popular elements, Rightmove’s findings show that the UK buyer’s dream home is a four-bedroom detached house in a coastal village.

The survey asked 2,023 people browsing the property online in August what the dream home would look like.

The country’s dream home has turned out to be in a small, friendly community, but it’s also separated. This means that buyers can keep their neighbors away too close.

County-by-county guide to the most expensive seaside spots
name county Average used selling price for 5 years until May 21st
Kinkos / Nigg / Cove Aberdeen City £ 165,257
George St./Harbor Aberdeen City £ 119,816
Stonehaven and Lower Deeside Aberdeenshire £ 237,182
Northkin Cardin Aberdeenshire £ 227,351
meaning Aberdeenshire £ 206,901
Monifieth and Sidrow Angus £ 209,834
Carnosty and district Angus £ 174,168
Arbroath West, Letham, Friockheim Angus £ 156,653
Oban North and Loan Argyll and Bute £ 210,259
Oban South and Isles Argyll and Bute £ 179,479
Kintyre and the islands Argyll and Bute £ 168,547
Conwy Clwyd £ 217,357
Rhos-on-Sea Clwyd £ 195,607
Llandudno Clwyd £ 191,064
Mawgan-in-Pydar Cornwall £ 726,883
St. Anthony Immenage Cornwall £ 602,929
St. Merlin Cornwall £ 568,382
Hartlepool Durham £ 128,225
Seaham Durham £ 123,769
Cape Durham £ 103,817
Aldingum Cambria £ 268,034
Bootle Cambria £ 172,634
Seascale Cambria £ 155,071
Salcombe Devon £ 726,379
Big berry Devon £ 642,055
Joe jam Devon £ 532,885
Christchurch Dorset (county) £ 387,6 ​​10
Pool Dorset (county) £ 374,183
Lyme Regis Dorset (county) £ 372,592
Dee and Glenkens Dumfries and Galloway £ 184,079
Mid Galloway and Wigtown West Dumfries and Galloway £ 125,635
Stranraer and Linds Dumfries and Galloway £ 123,500
ferry Dundee £ 211,428
East end Dundee £ 106,728
Solva Dyfed £ 285,432
Thunder’s foot Dyfed £ 273,258
Penbrin Dyfed £ 266,389
North Berwick Coastal East Lothian £ 386,747
Dunbar and East Linton East Lothian £ 244,234
Preston, Seton, Gosford East Lothian £ 194,958
Hornsea Yorkshire East Riding £ 173,877
Bridlington Yorkshire East Riding £ 150,249
Wisdom Sea Yorkshire East Riding £ 112,056
almond Edinburgh £ 273,389
Portobelo / Craig Millar Edinburgh £ 234,468
Forward Edinburgh £ 227,070
Lake Tuath Irene Shear £ 127,984
Na Hearadh agus Ceann a Deas nan Loch Irene Shear £ 127,351
Sgire a Rubha Irene Shear £ 125,726
Leon Sea Essex £ 415,395
West Mercy Essex £ 371,127
Southend on sea Essex £ 305,395
St Andrews Fife £ 333,098
East Newk and Landward Fife £ 242,865
Tay Bridge Head Fife £ 194,893
Slan Enan Gwynedd £ 418,260
Slan by log Gwynedd £ 322,470
Combe Caddonant Gwynedd £ 302,428
Milford On Sea Hampshire £ 530,630
Humble le rice Hampshire £ 360,754
Fareham Hampshire £ 326,402
Black isle Highland £ 231,110
Irene Cho Highland £ 201,997
Caol and Mallaig Highland £ 198,973
Fishbone Isle of Wight £ 500,699
Benbridge Isle of Wight £ 389,514
Shafleet Isle of Wight £ 384,190
Kings Down and Ring Aldo Kent £ 430,536
worth Kent £ 419,993
Cliff’s St. Margarets Kent £ 419,712
Wire Lancashire £ 171,480
Prisole Lancashire £ 167,690
Lancaster Lancashire £ 165,787
Underbee Lincolnshire £ 185,924
Marble Soap and Sutton Lincolnshire £ 158,103
Skegness Lincolnshire £ 157,821
High Town Merseyside £ 296,625
Porthcawl Mid Glamorgan £ 238,273
Fochabers Lhanbryde Moray £ 174,694
Fores Moray £ 172,338
Heldon and Reich Moray £ 161,366
Burnham Overy Norfolk £ 835,748
Blancaster Norfolk £ 679,535
Blakeney Norfolk £ 609,674
Ardrossan and Alan North ayrshire £ 162,106
Darley and West Kill Bride North ayrshire £ 146,638
Saltcoats North ayrshire £ 102,354
rice North yorkshire £ 394,917
Fillingdales North yorkshire £ 303,876
Hinderwell North yorkshire £ 195,826
cluster Northumberland £ 344,258
Newton by the Sea Northumberland £ 341,350
Creswell Northumberland £ 307,629
East Mainland, South Ronaldsey, Valley Orkney Islands £ 181,472
West mainland Orkney Islands £ 176,320
Kirkwall East Orkney Islands £ 160,313
East Berwickshire Scottish Borders £ 199,358
Lerwick South Shetland Islands £ 197,132
Western Shetland Shetland Islands £ 168,139
Shetland Central Shetland Islands £ 163,386
Shetland South Shetland Islands £ 161,830
Portishead Somerset £ 355,404
Porlock Somerset £ 316,559
Cleevedon Somerset £ 315,078
Air West South ayrshire £ 203,017
Troon South ayrshire £ 177,451
Prestwick South ayrshire £ 158,565
Penarth South glamorgan £ 322,169
Sally and Ravel Knock South glamorgan £ 292,340
Barry South glamorgan £ 174,538
South Walled Suffolk £ 569,068
Aldeburgh Suffolk £ 531,875
Aldrin gum cam soap Suffolk £ 448,970
Tweet West Gramorgan £ 300,138
Bishopston West Gramorgan £ 290,236
West Itchener West sussex £ 1,353,615
Kingston West sussex £ 1,169,465
Birdum West sussex £ 674,227
Source: Savills

The most expensive seaside locations around the British mainland revealed by Savills

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