The most and cheapest houses sold in Bristol between October and December

Average UK house prices rose 10.8% in the year to December 2021, compared to 10.6% in November 2021, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics.

Between the start of 2016 and the end of 2019 there was a general slowdown in the growth of house prices in the UK, mainly due to a slowdown in the south and east of England .

The start of 2020 saw a recovery in annual housing market growth before the coronavirus restrictions were put in place at the end of March 2020.

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Recent price increases may reflect a range of factors, including some possible changes in housing preferences and a response to changes in property transaction taxes in countries.

In July 2020, the Chancellor announced a suspension of tax paid on property purchases in England and Northern Ireland, with similar suspensions announced in Scotland and Wales.

In England and Northern Ireland properties up to a value of £500,000 would not be taxed, while the thresholds for Scotland and Wales were £250,000. This can allow sellers to charge higher prices as buyers’ overall costs are reduced.

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The tax holiday for Scotland ended on March 31, 2021. It was extended until June 30, 2021 in Wales, while in England and Northern Ireland it was extended until the same date but the threshold will then decrease to £250,000 before ending in September. 30, 2021.

This may have represented a rush in demand in mid-2021, as annual price increases soared to a 13.5% increase in the year to June 2021. According to the Land Registry, 25 294 home sales were recorded for October, 27,237 for November, and 7,847 for December.

It may take several weeks for sales to be posted once completed, so some sales later in the period may not yet be listed. The impact of the coronavirus means it takes longer than that to register sales.

The Land Registry has also warned that its services will likely be interrupted due to the pandemic, particularly the process of registering a new sale, which likely means a longer delay between the conclusion of the home sale and the sale. update of the file in the land register.

Based on data covering the period so far, in England and Wales there have been 1,730 sales of £1m or more, of which 332 were at £2m or more.

The Land Registry lists the price paid for each property purchased at market value. The data also includes sales under a power of sale/repossession, rental purchases (where they can be identified by a mortgage) and transfers to non-private persons.

As the data relies on the buyers, or their attorneys, recording the sale and the price paid with the Land Registry, errors in the listings can occur, these are usually corrected at a later date. Problems can include numbers with too many numbers or condominium prices paid for a share listed as the total price.

Below is a list of the highest and lowest selling properties in Bristol between October and December 2021.

Very expensive



This College Fields property sold for £2,100,000 in November

  1. 5 The Paragon, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS8 4LA, which is a terraced house, sold for £2,500,000 on 1 November (main article image)
  2. 11 College Fields, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS8 3HP, which is a semi-detached house, sold for £2,100,000 on 1 November
  3. 43 Oakfield Road, Clifton, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS8 2AX, which is a terraced house, sold for £1,900,000 on November 24
  4. 50 Apsley Road, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS8 2ST, which is a terraced house, sold for £1,679,300 on 7 October
  5. 9 Royal Park, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS8 3AW, which is a terraced house, sold for £1,450,000 on 24 November
  6. 14 Druid Road, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS9 1LH, which is a detached house, sold for £1,415,000 on 12 November
  7. 1 Bramble Drive, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS9 1RE, which is a detached house, sold for £1,300,007 on October 12
  8. 6 Duchess Road, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS8 2LA, which is a terraced house, sold for £1,300,000 on November 26
  9. 1 Waterford Road, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS9 4BT, which is a terraced house, sold for £1,020,000 on November 10
  10. 11 Rokeby Avenue, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS6 6EJ, which is a semi-detached house, sold for £995,000 on October 26

The cheapest



Mansion courtyard, mansion lane
A flat in Manor House Court, Manor House Lane sold for £65,500, making it the cheapest property sold between October and December

  1. Flat 3, Manor House Court, Manor House Lane, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS14 9HP, which is a flat, sold for £65,500 on 5 November
  2. Flat 27, Cabot Court, Braggs Lane, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS2 0AX, which is a flat, sold for £90,000 on November 19
  3. Flat 10, The Old School House, Wilson Street, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS2 9HH, which is a flat, sold for £100,000 on 12 November
  4. Flat 10, 30 Meadow Street, Avonmouth, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS11 9AR, which is a flat, sold for £100,000 on 20 October
  5. 755 Wells Road, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS14 0PB, which is a flat, sold for £111,000 on 21st October (This sale may have been a buy-to-let, transfer to a business or repossession possession)
  6. Flat 28, Avon Court, Beaufort Road, Clifton, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS8 2JT, which is a flat, sold for £118,200 on 14 October
  7. 2 Elizabeths Mews, St Annes Park, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS4 4NP, which is a terraced house, sold for £122,500 on October 18
  8. Flat 3, 2 Hudds Vale Road, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS5 7HG, which is a flat, sold for £128,000 on 21 October
  9. 60B Bell Hill Road, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS5 7LU, which is a flat, sold for £140,000 on 19 November
  10. 22 Oakhill Drive, Bristol, City Of Bristol, City Of Bristol, BS3 5EU, which is a semi-detached house, sold for £142,000 on October 21

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