New figures have revealed the most expensive and cheapest areas of Bedford to buy a home – as well as the trendy areas currently enjoying a sales boom.
The median – the middle number in a series – is used to ensure the figures are not skewed by extreme highs or lows.
Meanwhile, the number of homes sold in Bedford rose from 2,424 in 2020 to 2,704 last year.
So, how do the areas of Bedford stack up?
(Images based on OS grid references)
According to the Office for National Statistics, out of the 27 council wards in Bedford, Riseley was the most expensive place to buy a house last year, with a median house price of £475,000
This was the second most expensive area, with a median house price of £460,000
3. Bromham and Biddenham
The third most expensive area was Bromham and Biddenham, with a median house price of £415,000
On the other end, the cheapest part of Bedford to buy property was Cauldwell, with a median house price of £211,000