Cheapest and most expensive places to live in Worksop revealed

Old Hall Lane in Whitwell was revealed to be one of the most expensive places to buy in the S80 postcode area
Old Hall Lane in Whitwell was revealed to be one of the most expensive places to buy in the S80 postcode area

If you’ve got £1,560,00 to spare then you could pick up an eight bedroom house in Firbeck which has parking space for ten cars.

If, on the other hand, you have a more realistic budget you may want to take a look at a two-bed flat on Bracebridge Court, which is a snip at just £37,500.

Queen Elizabeth Cresent, Rhodesia was found to be one of the cheapest areas to live in Worksop

Queen Elizabeth Cresent, Rhodesia was found to be one of the cheapest areas to live in Worksop

Property information website Mouseprice lists the most expensive and cheapest streets in the S80 postcode area.

It also names the most and least expensive streets to live on. At the top of the most expensive list is Castle Farm Lane off Sparken Hill, where the average house price stands at nearly £500,000.

This was followed by Frithwood Lane, where a property will set you back £467,552 on average.

The list also reveals the cheapest properties in the S80 location for people wanting to pick up a bargain or to get on the property ladder.

St Martin’s Walk comes out on top, with the average property selling for just £48,000, followed by Lanchester Gardens where a home will set you back £53,341.

The prices are calculated using average selling figures and include the sales of the properties since 1995.

The site has a wealth of information about prices for anyone wanting to buy or sell a house in the area.

The most expensive property to be sold over the past year in Worksop S80 was 20 Almond Grove which sold for £340,000 in April.

The least expensive property sale in the Worksop S80 area was a house on Central Avenue which sold for £50,000.

The property with the highest asking price in Worksop S80 is currently on Lamb Lane in Firbeck at £1,560,000 which was added to Mouseprice in March.