TS9 (Great Ayton) Least expensive streets

1Cleveland Street£95,2362615
2Sowerby Crescent£98,39343125
3Frankfield Place£98,684138
4Arthur Street£99,8863429
5Captain Cooks Way£101,3441652
6Hebron Road£103,4082192
7Bradleys Terrace£105,0823116
8Whinstone View£105,4881130
10Central Way£108,6242032
11John Street£109,2185136
12The Hawthorns£109,226729
13Southfield Terrace£110,163118
14Linden Grove£111,2761967
15Allen Grove£116,9571354
16Frankfield Mews£117,3015427
17Linden Grove Court£118,10884
18The Cobbles£122,53264
19Battersby Junction£126,2633644
20Balliol Court£126,8521613
21Cliffe Terrace£129,4362113
22Elmwood Close£130,9051616
23Linden Close£141,317521
24Roseberry Court£149,5542228
25Race Terrace£151,44398
26Romany Road£152,3846352
27Leven Wynd£154,35086
28Pearson Ville£160,0782210
29Bridge Street Mews£161,015158
This list may include properties in streets which have not sold in normal free market conditions, such as ‘right to buy’ and compulsory purchase schemes or areas already subject to demolition and regeneration.
The data above includes all transactions completed since January 1995 as recorded by HM Land Registry. The data is updated monthly.
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