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The top ten most expensive streets in Northampton

The top ten most expensive streets in Northampton

Each of the properties seen here make the average Northampton house price of £295,397 look small

Northampton’ s ten priciest streets to buy a home on have been revealed after home sales specialists Property Solvers compared the numbers.

Looking at streets that have sold three or more properties since 2016, the company tracked average sold price data from HM Land Registry to see where the highest and lowest-priced homes are located across the NN1, NN2, NN3, NN4, NN5, NN6 and NN7 areas.

After Mojo Mortgages’ data revealed that Northampton is in the top 50 least affordable places for first-time home buyers, this new data shows the heights that some properties’ prices have risen to.

Golf Lane, Mears Ashby Road and Rugby Road took up gold, silver and bronze respectively. But individual properties also stood out.

Commenting on the data, Property Solvers co-founder Ruban Selvanayagam said: “To keep the data less skewed, we only ranked the streets that had over three sales.

“It’s therefore worth noting that, in recent years, a property on Welford Road (NN6) sold for £1,750,000 and, at the other end of the market, there were properties that sold for £72,500 and under on Nethermead Court (NN3), Harlestone Road (NN5) and St. Lawrence Court (NN6).”

Read on for the full rankings and prices of Northampton’s most expensive streets.

1. Golf Lane, Church Brampton, NN6

Coming in with an average sale price of £1,277,500 across four houses sold, Golf Lane only just nabbed the top spot, with two other contenders not far behind. The lane feeds on to Northamptonshire County Golf Club and sits just south of Brampton Stables.

2. Mears Ashby Road, Earls Barton, NN6

Taking second place with three houses sold at an average price of £1,125,000, this road was just narrowly pipped to the post by Northampton’s leading lane. Sitting just outside of Earls Barton, each property has an unlimited view of the large fields in front of them, as well as close connections to the town.

3. Rugby Road, Harleston, NN7

In third place comes Rugby Road, after selling three houses for an average of £1,100,000. The road connects into Kilsby and runs parallel with the M45. It also sits just south of the Royal Mail’s National Distribution Centre

4. North Street, Mears Ashby, NN6

Coming in fourth with an average sales price of £1,038,333 across three houses sold, North Street sits South East of Sywell Aviation Museum. It is also within a stone’s throw of the Whichwood Cat Hotel.

5. Sandy Lane, Church Brampton, NN6

Featuring as the Church Brampton area’s second appearance in Northampton’s most expensive properties, Sandy Lane’s houses cost an average of £1,008,750 across four houses sold. The street runs to the north and west of Northamptonshire County Golf Club.

6. Turnberry Lane, Collingtree, NN4

At an average £920,160 split across five houses sold, Turnberry Lane is the first in the rankings to fall a bit below the £1 million price tag. The land leads right on to Collingtree Park Golf Club and sits just south of Far Cotton.

7. Church Road, Spratton, NN6

With four properties sold at an average of £897,500, Church Road runs alongside St Andrew’s Church and lies to the West of Brixworth across many rolling fields

8. Moulton Lane, Boughton, NN2

Costing and average of £887,833 across three houses sold, Moulton lane is wrapped in large, open fields. One end leads to a popular English Heritage site, being the ruins of St. John’s Church, while the other meets Boughton Primary School.

9. Foxhill Road, West Haddon, NN6

Pulling in an average of £875,432 across three houses sold, Foxhill Road begins just outside of West Haddon proper and sits due north on Long Buckby, to which the road leads directly.

10. Church Hill, Ravensthorpe, NN6

Taking up tenth position at an average cost of £867,500 between three properties sold, Church Hill is yet another street sharing space with a church, this time St Denys’, and sits not far from Cotton Manor Gardens and just to the northeast from Long Buckby

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Mary Snow
Mary Snow
9 months ago

These are really beautiful streets to live, if only!