A STREET in Netherton has emerged as top of the house price listings in Huddersfield.
Househunters looking to move into Wrigley Court, off Lea Lane, face having to stump up an average of £560,900, says a property website.
It has rated average house prices based on property sales.
Busker Lane in Skelmanthorpe is the second priciest road in the area, says the houseprice.com survey. Properties there sell for an average of £523,000.
There are more expensive houses in Huddersfield, but the survey has looked at the average for the whole street.
According to the figures HD4 is the most expensive postcode in Huddersfield.
As well as Wrigley Court, three other streets in that district make the top 10.
They are Arkenley Lane, Almondbury, where the average house price is £493,500, Church Lane in South Crosland (£477,700) and Manor Road, Farnley Tyas (£466,800). The roads are sixth, eighth and 10th on the list respectively.
Others in the top 10 are Norwood Park, Birkby (£508,600), Kaffir Road, Edgerton (£501,000), Northgate in Honley (£494,300), and Timberwood (£490,400) and Woodside Lodge (£473,100), both in Kirkburton.
At the other end of the scale houses on Pollard Street, Fartown – the cheapest street in Huddersfield – cost an average of £53,200.
That means someone looking to buy a place on Wrigley Court could get themselves 10 Pollard Street properties.
Crosland Road at Thornton Lodge is the second cheapest street, with prices averaging £53,600.
Sheepridge Grove in Sheepridge is third, at £54,700.
But even homeowners on Wrigley Court are paying, on average, less than half what residents on Yorkshire’s most expensive street shell out.
Houses on Fulwith Mill Lane, Harrogate, are now nudging £1.25m.
Average prices on Sandmoor Drive in Alwoodley, north Leeds, are £1.169m.
The averages for all of Yorkshire’s 10 dearest streets now top £1m.
But even those figures pale in comparison to property prices on Britain’s most expensive street.
A house on Courtenay Avenue in Hampstead, London, will cost £6.8m on average, while buying a 1950s terrace home in Manresa Road, Chelsea, will cost some £6.2m.