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Guildford's Housing Prices Still On the March!

19/06/2018
Although London's house prices in many of its boroughs have either levelled off or been falling since around July 2017, Guildford is one of many areas in England and Wales where prices are still rising.

Guildford, popularly considered to be Surrey's county town, continues to be a highly sought-after place to live on account of a combination of its great transport links (London Waterloo is only 40 minutes away by direct train and the M3 is easily accessible), agreeable open spaces (such as Stoke Park and Shalford Park), excellent shopping and great housing options.

The town is set to be the beneficiary of a £150m development scheme which involves creating a new station building, £25m of station improvements, 438 homes, office space and a "radically-enhanced station environment", following five years of engagement with the council and residents.

Guildford Property Prices 2018

Detached: £881,345
Semi-detached: £495,281
Flats: £352,629
Average: £555,576
Cf. 2017 +11%
Rightmove 2018

The following article (continues below) looks at recent news regarding Guildford's property scene. Click here to find out more about buying a home in Guildford.

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Guildford Property Overview

Guildford has a High Street paved with granite setts often referred to as cobbles – these were originally laid in 1864 and a castle, Guildford Castle, dating back to Norman times. There are highly sought-after Victorian terraced properties in Recreation Road and Jenner Road, among other locations.

There are also council estates built post-war in Bellfields, Stoughton and Park Barn as well as many new build flats being completed in various areas. These flats fall under the Help to Buy and shared ownership schemes.

Click to find out RICS Surveyor tips for Guildford and how to book a home buyers survey for properties in and around the location


Off-Plan/New Build

Off-plan developments include Shanly Homes' Cricketers View, which consists of 25 one and two bedroom apartments in a prime location and designed for contemporary living.

Average-House-Price-in-GuildfordHelp to Buy and Shared Ownership

New build developments where Help to Buy is available include those at Foxenden Court in Chertsey Street.

Shared ownership properties can be found in Printing House Square and Rectory Court.

Rental Scene

Average rental prices in Guildford in June 2018 were £432 per week and the rental price range varies from £242 - £923 per week.

Guildford Postcodes

Postcodes in the Guildford urban area run from GU1 to GU4.

Most expensive Guildford Street?

Guildown Avenue claims the crown; the average sold property price is £1,643,550 (June 2018)

Up and coming local areas

Up and coming local areas near Guildford include Brookwood, Normandy and Albury.

Guildford's Council Tax Band D Charge 2018?

£1,814.68

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