is named as one of the UK's top property hotspots
has been named as one of the top property price growth hotspots
of 2017 after house prices leapt by nearly 10 per cent.
town is in fourth place in a list of UK towns and cities that have
seen the biggest increases in prices during the past year.
to research from property firm Rightmove, the average asking price
for a property in Burnham is now £235,083, which is 9.9 per
cent more than last year.
in Suffolk, Sowery Bridge in West Yorkshire and Kendal in Cumbria,
are the only locations which has seen greater price growth.
Shipside, director of Rightmove, said: "Although prices have
grown at a muted rate of 1.2 per cent nationally this year, there
are a number of local markets where strong demand and short supply
has led to pretty heady price rises, especially in areas where homes
are relatively more affordable than some of their nearby cities."
was excluded from all of the findings in Rightmoves report.
are the top 10 places in Britain for asking price growth according
to Rightmove, with the average asking price and the annual percentage
1. Sudbury, Suffolk £265,291,
13.1 per cent
2. Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire,
£191,716, 12.5 per cent
3. Kendal, Cumbria, £226,163,
10 per cent
4. Burnham-On-Sea, Somerset, £235,083,
9.9 per cent
4. Todmorden, West Yorkshire,
£193,408, 9.9 per cent
6. Havant, Hampshire, £254,379,
9.7 per cent
6. Rushden, Northamptonshire,
£227,534, 9.7 per cent
6. Kettering, Northamptonshire,
£198,354, 9.7 per cent
9. West Bromwich, West Midlands,
£149,360, 9.5 per cent
10. March, Cambridgeshire, £210,157,
9.4 per cent