House Prices in Leeds

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4 Jan 23
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Leeds Introduction

Leeds is a vibrant city located in the north of England, renowned for its world-class shopping facilities, award-winning cultural attractions and bustling nightlife. From high-end apartments to characterful family homes, Leeds has something to offer for all kinds of individuals and budgets when it comes to property. The city has plenty of options for students and professionals looking for a city-centre apartment, as well as a wealth of other popular housing types such as terraced houses and semi-detached homes. In addition to this, Leeds offers a wide range of excellent educational opportunities and low property prices compared to other British cities, leading to a high quality of life for locals. The picturesque Yorkshire countryside surrounding Leeds makes it all the more attractive for house-hunters who are looking for an idyllic escape from city life, although Leeds’ expansive transport links ensure all the convenience and buzz of the modern city can be enjoyed without compromise.

Leeds Quick Facts

Based on 6,961 registered sales in 2022, the median house price in Leeds is £210,000 and the average price is £254,049.

In Leeds during 2022 there have been 6,961 sales, including 2,366 terraced houses, 988 detached houses, 2,453 semi detached houses, 952 flats/maisonettes and 202 other properties.

Are House Prices Rising or Falling in Leeds?

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How does Leeds compare to the rest of the country?

We track 1157 towns and cities in England and Wales. In 2022 Leeds was ranked 875 in England and Wales when comparing median property prices.

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Leeds Yearly Data in Charts

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What is the Most Expensive Property in Leeds?

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Leeds Property Types sold in the last year

These are the proportion of proerties sold in the last year, note this is not the proportion of properties in the area, but the proportion of properties you would reasonably expected to find on the market at this present time.

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Yorkshire and The Humber House Price Information

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Leeds Postcode Sectors

All known postcode sectors in Leeds and their 2022 average prices

Sector Year Sales Average Change Median Change
LS19 7 2022 178 £243,401 3.5% £227,500 5.8%
LS10 4 2022 171 £185,813 11% £177,000 12.7%
LS27 8 2022 129 £181,076 -5.1% £159,995 -11.7%
LS26 0 2022 178 £252,351 11% £235,000 13.3%
LS17 8 2022 138 £385,120 -2.7% £299,975 -2%
LS6 4 2022 119 £283,061 8.4% £267,500 7.1%
LS18 4 2022 132 £318,422 4.2% £286,200 2.2%
LS8 2 2022 123 £401,848 24.1% £330,000 14%
LS27 7 2022 139 £239,265 4.6% £220,000 0%
LS26 8 2022 125 £272,367 6.5% £222,000 0.9%
LS15 8 2022 123 £253,429 3.3% £243,333 8.1%
LS18 5 2022 119 £381,000 10.9% £335,000 14.5%
LS16 7 2022 118 £315,923 -2.2% £305,750 -0.7%
LS8 1 2022 115 £380,229 4.3% £360,000 10.8%
LS27 0 2022 126 £221,770 3.5% £196,000 5.7%
LS25 7 2022 108 £211,633 4.6% £197,498 6.8%
LS4 2 2022 99 £206,051 3.8% £200,000 6.4%
LS12 4 2022 110 £177,311 10.4% £174,000 15.2%
LS9 6 2022 106 £124,517 21.5% £115,000 27.8%
LS17 7 2022 104 £531,291 39.6% £402,500 21.1%
LS11 7 2022 74 £131,260 8% £123,625 3%
LS17 6 2022 92 £318,042 -4.3% £306,000 -6%
LS27 9 2022 111 £214,424 7.5% £185,000 0.7%
LS6 1 2022 73 £232,798 -35.4% £200,000 -25.9%
LS16 6 2022 102 £272,576 11.4% £247,250 16%
LS13 1 2022 126 £221,711 7% £204,000 8.4%
LS12 3 2022 106 £149,251 6.8% £132,000 7.1%
LS13 2 2022 94 £181,118 23.8% £172,250 20.5%
LS10 1 2022 75 £215,337 9.9% £199,950 10.2%
LS25 6 2022 111 £270,954 12.5% £255,000 10.9%
LS7 4 2022 71 £293,202 13.4% £265,000 12.3%
LS12 5 2022 98 £167,829 -4.6% £154,998 3.3%
LS5 3 2022 100 £218,844 12.9% £206,125 9.6%
LS8 3 2022 70 £167,707 -2.7% £160,500 -8.3%
LS6 3 2022 73 £279,686 -7.4% £250,000 -14.1%
LS13 3 2022 84 £163,322 5.3% £149,000 -0.7%
LS15 7 2022 95 £235,456 4.8% £228,500 3.2%
LS19 6 2022 72 £360,397 1% £321,750 8.2%
LS25 1 2022 90 £249,320 7.8% £232,100 11.6%
LS20 8 2022 68 £375,021 -4.1% £321,000 -4.2%
LS10 3 2022 86 £156,357 10.7% £146,000 5.8%
LS9 8 2022 45 £157,551 -19.2% £130,000 -18.8%
LS13 4 2022 98 £184,293 12.8% £165,250 6.6%
LS6 2 2022 71 £313,200 31.2% £238,750 20.1%
LS25 2 2022 106 £261,786 0.8% £258,975 7.9%
LS16 5 2022 75 £301,587 -1.4% £225,000 7.6%
LS14 6 2022 93 £168,442 5.9% £166,000 10.7%
LS8 5 2022 77 £106,092 19.8% £98,000 15.3%
LS9 9 2022 83 £129,478 14.1% £130,000 16.1%
LS7 3 2022 76 £269,421 10.9% £263,000 18.2%
LS7 2 2022 69 £268,827 14.1% £269,000 17%
LS12 2 2022 77 £155,985 7.6% £126,500 -2.7%
LS11 5 2022 74 £138,942 4.8% £128,250 9.8%
LS20 9 2022 95 £265,375 -4.2% £250,000 -4.8%
LS15 0 2022 55 £256,810 15.9% £235,000 11.9%
LS25 5 2022 72 £328,157 -0.3% £277,500 5.7%
LS11 8 2022 69 £156,440 19.8% £145,000 10.7%
LS17 5 2022 58 £264,827 -6.1% £261,500 -7.1%
LS15 9 2022 37 £278,251 0.8% £236,200 -7.4%
LS11 6 2022 48 £114,394 23.5% £97,000 11.2%
LS14 1 2022 80 £222,954 6.3% £206,000 -1.9%
LS26 9 2022 38 £265,124 6.7% £253,000 12.4%
LS8 4 2022 40 £221,990 -14.3% £227,500 -9%
LS14 2 2022 41 £231,327 11.9% £230,000 15%
LS1 4 2022 21 £230,000 -3.6% £237,000 31.7%
LS2 7 2022 31 £150,258 -16.2% £142,500 1.8%
LS16 8 2022 42 £567,266 14.7% £585,000 25.8%
LS17 9 2022 56 £759,307 34.4% £575,750 6.9%
LS14 5 2022 60 £156,727 8.3% £160,000 14.3%
LS15 4 2022 53 £338,352 7.8% £310,000 8.8%
LS16 9 2022 64 £566,809 14.8% £492,498 9.4%
LS9 0 2022 45 £136,456 6.5% £131,000 6.9%
LS12 1 2022 45 £158,835 1.4% £154,000 9%
LS11 9 2022 24 £145,958 8.6% £164,000 14.7%
LS14 3 2022 25 £526,798 -11.9% £400,000 -28.9%
LS11 0 2022 25 £105,256 5.7% £100,000 9.9%
LS9 7 2022 31 £116,913 7.7% £114,000 8.6%
LS7 1 2022 11 £153,682 110% £160,000 107.8%
LS12 6 2022 26 £216,827 11.3% £211,000 16.3%
LS25 4 2022 42 £192,930 -21.4% £173,750 -23.8%
LS10 2 2022 29 £151,236 29.8% £150,000 25%
LS2 9 2022 9 £292,165 -0.4% £308,484 34.1%
LS3 1 2022 14 £354,091 32.1% £310,000 85.1%
LS2 8 2022 13 £221,919 37.7% £180,000 11.1%
LS25 3 2022 17 £404,098 11.3% £390,000 16.1%
LS17 0 2022 12 £835,917 39.2% £655,000 29.1%
LS1 5 2022 2 £155,500 -3.2% £155,500 -2.8%
LS1 2 2022 2 £137,500 -23.9% £137,500 -20.1%
LS1 3 2022 5 £176,990 -5.4% £189,950 -6.8%
LS1 6 2022 7 £139,429 17.1% £130,000 18.2%
LS1 7 2022 3 £146,962 -10% £176,000 4.1%
LS5 2 2022 2 £321,000 45.9% £321,000 45.9%
LS15 5 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
LS2 3 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
LS28 5 2022 158 £273,477 -0.9% £244,500 5.8%
LS19 9 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
LS1 8 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
LS1 1 2022 0 £0 0% £0 0%
LS29 6 2022 90 £368,860 -2.8% £342,500 4.6%

2022 Leeds Property Price Distribution

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