Does you road name end in Way or Lane?

You could find your house is worth more than average in Huddersfield.

Research has revealed that properties in a road ending in Way have an average price of £174,412 — more than £25,000 higher than the average Huddersfield house price.

Road names ending in Lane also have higher house prices — an average of £170,770 compared to the Huddersfield average of £148,486.

Do street names make houses more expensive?

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Data from the Land Registry about prices paid for properties between January and November last year has also revealed which street names offer more affordable homes.

A house in a Square might be a good bet for first-time buyers, with an average price of £77,723, while road names ending in Street offer an average house price of £94,819.

Across Kirklees, Lane was the most expensive, with an average price of £181,394.

See what values other street names in Kirklees held below:

How do Kirklees street names affect house prices?

Land Registry

 

In Calderdale, roads ending in Walk have the most expensive homes, averaging £197,617.

See what values other street names in Calderdale held below:

How do Calderdale street names affect house prices?

Land Registry

 

Across England and Wales, buying in a road with a name ending in Square proved the most expensive, with an average price of £529,341 in 2014.

Second most expensive were roads ending in Garden/Gardens, with an average price of £335,601.

At the other end of the scale, road names ending in Court had an average house price of £184,300, while properties in a Close had an average price of £222,215.

Of course, there's a lot of factors that determine a property's value — but could road names make a difference?

Because there's plenty of unusual street names in our area — check out our round-up below.

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