Just over half a million for priciest house sold in city, average around £130k
The most expensive house sold in Leicester in May was a three bedroom detached bungalow in Uppingham Road. It went for £550,000. The cheapest was the leasehold on a flat in York Street for £40,000. The median average was £135,500.
Explore the rest of the 240-odd properties sold in May with the map below.
Data produced by Land Registry © Crown copyright 2015.
Clicking one of the blue markers brings up details of the sale price, property type and address. The three letters, in order, signify:
D = detached, S = semi-detached, T = terraced, F = flats
Y = a newly built property, N = an established residential building
F = freehold, L-leasehold
The sales shown exclude commercial transactions, including some buy-to-let, sales that aren’t lodged with the Land Registry, and sales that weren’t for the full market value – such as a transfer between separating couples.
Note that the data is not personal information about individuals but property-related information. Errors and discrepancies in the prices given and those actually paid can be notified to the Land Registry.