Published On: Fri, Dec 12th, 2014 on 12:01 am

Most expensive streets in Yorkshire and the Humber revealed

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Queen Parade, Harrogate. Photo: Google

Lloyds Bank has revealed the top 10 most expensive streets in Yorkshire and the Humber.

According to figures compiled with the help of the Land Registry and Royal Mail, the region’s most expensive street is Rutland Drive in Harrogate which has an average house price of £1,152,000.

Streets in Leeds and Bradford also make the top 10 list.

Andy Hulme, mortgages director at Lloyds Bank, said: “Rutland Drive in Harrogate takes the title as the most expensive residential street in Yorkshire and the Humber. The region’s golden triangle between Harrogate, north Leeds and Wetherby is a well known hotspot for those who aspire to have it all, and boasts eight of the ten most expensive streets.

“The remaining two streets are both in Ilkley. All of these areas have outstanding homes, excellent schools, good shopping facilities and are close to the countryside.”

Top 10 most expensive streets with average house prices:

10. Wigton Lane, Leeds

Average house price – £864,000

9. Moor Lane, Ilkley

Average house price – £910,000

8. Queen Parade, Harrogate

Average house price – £923,000

7. Bracken Park, Leeds

Average house price – £932,000

6. Hall Drive, Leeds

Average house price – £938,000

5. The Ridge, Wetherby

Average house price – £978,000

4. Curly Hill, Ilkley

Average house price – £1,012,000

3. College Farm Lane, Wetherby

Average house price – £1,012,000

2. Park Edge, Harrogate

Average house price – £1,078,000

1. Rutland Drive, Harrogate

Average house price – £1,152,000

Prices were based on transactions between January 2009 and October 2014 recorded on the Land Registry database for transactions in England and Wales.

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