The Most Expensive Places To Buy A House In London
London House Prices
According to figures from Lloyds Bank, London house prices have grown at twice the pace of England and Wales over the past two decades. Back in 1996, the price of a home in London stood at £105,267 - 47 percent higher than the rest of the country. By the end of 2016, the average price shot up to a whopping £578,381. The infographic below uses data from rightmove.co.uk and shows the most expensive boroughs to purchase a home in London.
This chart shows the average house price across London boroughs in November 2016.
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