The most expensive places to buy property have been revealed around mainland Britain’s coastline, at a time when getting closer to the sea has become popular due to the pandemic.
The three most expensive places in each county have been identified along the beach. mail online property Exclusively by property agency Savills.
West Sussex leads the ranking with two seaside villages that have an average house price of over £1 million, West Eichner, with an average £1,353,615 price tag, and Kingston, where homes average £1,169,465.
Image: Map showing the top 10 most expensive coastal areas on mainland Britain
The coastal location with the most expensive average house prices on mainland UK is West Itchener in West Sussex
Coastal locations in West Sussex have invaluable average property prices during the past five years.
Because transactions are less frequent in seaside locations, the property agent removed any fields of data where there were fewer than 20 sales during the period.
This means that not all counties have the top three listed. Three locations in each county are also not always listed where the coastline is relatively small for a county.
What characterizes your local seaside area? Scroll down for the complete list.
The data was compiled over five years to 21 May, and covered coastlines in England, Scotland and Wales.
The coastal location with the most expensive median home prices meeting the data criteria was West Eichner in West Sussex.
Sevilles said the average home price in the village – with their research based on land registry sales data – is £1,353,615.
This means that a house in West Itchener is five and a half times more expensive than the average price of a house in the UK.
Home buyers closer to the coast can expect to pay odds for the profit.
Francis Cleese – Sevilles
The latest figures from the Nationwide Building Society show that the average price in the UK is £248,857.
The second most expensive place by the sea is Kingston in West Sussex, where the median home value also reaches seven figures at £1,169,465.
The top 10 most expensive coastal locations include Burnham Overy in Norfolk, where the average home price is £835,748, Mawgan-in-Pieder in Cornwall at £726,883, as well as Salcombe in Devon where the average price is £726,379.
Francis Cleese of Seville said: ‘Over the past 18 months, some of the most popular and sought-after properties have been off the UK coast.
‘But, home buyers closer to the coast can expect to pay the odds for a profit.
‘In England and Wales the price of a second property located within 100 meters of a coastline is on average 23.1 per cent higher than those located 1 km further inland, an increase of 17.3 per cent recorded a year earlier.
‘The premium can also be quite high for a front line position with a direct view of the water.’
Top 10 seaside locations: The average price for a property in Salcombe, Devon (pictured) is £726,379
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|Name||County||Average second hand sale price, 5 years May-21 . From|
|George St/Harbour||aberdeen city||£119,816|
|Stonehaven and Lower Deeside||aberdeenshire||£237,182|
|Monfieth and Sidlaw||Angus||£209,834|
|carnoustie and district||Angus||£174,168|
|Arbroth West, Latham and Frockheim||Angus||£156,653|
|Oban North and Lorne||Argyll and Bute||£210,259|
|Oban South End Islands||Argyll and Bute||£179,479|
|Kintyre and the Islands||Argyll and Bute||£168,547|
|roses on the sea||clyde||£195,607|
|lime regis||Dorset (County)||£372,592|
|Dee and Glenkens||Dumfries and Galloway||£184,079|
|Mid Galloway and Wigtown West||Dumfries and Galloway||£125,635|
|Straner and Rhines||Dumfries and Galloway||£123,500|
|North Berwick Coast||East Lothian||£386,747|
|Dunbar and East Linton||East Lothian||£244,234|
|Preston, Seton and Gosford||East Lothian||£194,958|
|Hornsey||East Riding of Yorkshire||£173,877|
|bridlington||East Riding of Yorkshire||£150,249|
|dryness||East Riding of Yorkshire||£112,056|
|north elasticity||western islands||£127,984|
|Harris and South Lochs||western islands||£127,351|
|Point District||western islands||£125,726|
|East Nuke and Landward||Fife||£242,865|
|Milford on the Sea||hampshire||£530,630|
|Caol and Mallaig||more||£198,973|
|fish borne||Isle of Wight||£500,699|
|bembridge||Isle of Wight||£389,514|
|shelfleet||Isle of Wight||£384,190|
|Ringwald with Kingsdown||I sing||£430,536|
|St. Margaret in the Rock||I sing||£419,712|
|Mabblethorpe and Sutton||lincolnshire||£158,103|
|Heldon and Lyco||more||£161,366|
|Ardrosson and Erano||North Ayrshire||£162,106|
|Dalry and West Kilbride||North Ayrshire||£146,638|
|salt coat||North Ayrshire||£102,354|
|well hamper||north yorkshire||£195,826|
|East Mainland, South Ronaldsay and Burey||orkney archipelago||£181,472|
|west mainland||orkney archipelago||£176,320|
|Kirkwall East||orkney archipelago||£160,313|
|East Berwickshire||Scottish Borders||£199,358|
|Lerwick South||Shetland Islands||£197,132|
|shetland west||Shetland Islands||£168,139|
|Shetland Central||Shetland Islands||£163,386|
|Shetland South||Shetland Islands||£161,830|
|air waste||South Ayrshire||£203,017|
|Sully and Lavernock||South Glamorgan||£292,340|
|aldringham cum thorpe||Suffolk||£448,970|
|West Itchenor||West Sussex||£1,353,615|