If you’re looking at property at Whitchurch, Hampshire, you might be wondering how best to narrow down your search to suit your budget. To help you do just that, we’ve created this handy guide to the most expensive – and least expensive – streets in idyllic Whitchurch.
The most expensive streets in Whitchurch
Average property price: £1,067,666
The most expensive spot to buy in Whitchurch is actually the tiny village of Tufton, nestled around a mile to the south of the town centre. Properties here are mostly detached country houses and barn conversions – plus cute terraced cottages – and rarely available.
Priors Average property price: £755,666
Another village just outside Whitchurch itself, this spot commands high prices thanks to its great transport links and sweeping rural views. It’s just a couple of miles from Whitchurch and its amenities, but offers true countryside living.
3. Lynch Hill Park
Average property price: £714,250
This long, leafy road is considered one of the most desirable in Whitchurch. You’ll find mostly detached properties here, set back from the road. The centre of Whitchurch is about half a mile away, as is the station with its fast links to London.
4. Lynch Hill
Average property price: £615,000
This sought-after road is just a few minutes walk from the centre of Whitchurch, and many properties offer great views over the Test Valley thanks to the elevation. You’ll find good-sized detached houses, as well as characterful terraces.
Average property price: £609,000
This picturesque hamlet, with just a handful of homes to its name, feels like a secluded countryside oasis, but is only three miles north of Whitchurch. There are some beautiful brick and flint cottages, and lovely views.
Least expensive streets in Whitchurch
1. Mulberry Mead
Average property price: £151,428
This part of Whitchurch is dominated by a smart retirement housing complex, offering spacious one- and two-bedroom apartments in a highly convenient town centre location.
2. Mansell Court
Average property price: £164,666
You could grab a great bargain here, with smart flats at low prices just round the corner from Whitchurch station, from which you can reach London in an hour. The town centre is only a short stroll away too.
3. Hartley Meadows
Average property price: £177,449
This isn’t the prettiest part of Whitchurch, but it’s home to lots of modern terraced and semi-detached homes, at very reasonable prices. It’s only a stone’s throw from town and half a mile from the station.
4. Neuvic Way
Average property price: £186,000
With an abundance of terraced houses and some flats, plus some social housing, this part of Whitchurch is another that offers value for money. All the benefits of the town centre are on one side, with open countryside on the other.
5. London Street
Average property price: £222,600
You’ll find all sorts of properties on this long road that leads straight into the town, from pretty period terraces to brick and flint detached houses, plus plenty in between. It offers town centre living, on the cusp of the countryside.
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