Ranked: The Teesside postcodes with the biggest house price rises – and falls – in 2021

A popular seaside location has seen the biggest increases in house prices this year on Teesside.

Figures from the Land Registry for the year to October (the most recent available) show the median price in TS11 – which includes Marske, New Marske and parts of Redcar – was £158,000.

That was a 12.9% rise from £140,000 in the year to October 2020 – the biggest rise for postcodes covering Teesside.

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TS7, which includes the Middlesbrough suburbs of Nunthorpe and Marton, was also among the climbers, with average prices jumping 11% to £200,000.

In contrast prices in TS6, which includes Grangetown, Eston and South Bank, fell by 10.5% in the year to October 2021, down from an average of £95,000 to £85,000. That was the biggest fall locally.

The most expensive postcode in Teesside was the rural TS9, which includes Stokesley, Great Ayton and runs all the way into the North York Moors out to Chop Gate.

Average prices in TS9 were £258,250, up 10.8% from £233,000.

The other locations with the highest prices were TS15, which includes Yarm and Hutton Rudby and TS22 which includes the upmarket estate of Wynyard.

The least expensive postcode was the central Middlesbrough location of TS1, where the average was £52,500, up 8.8% from £48,250.

Changes in price may be due to more demand pushing up prices or a changing type of property being sold in the area, particularly if new homes have been built.

Sold prices are taken from the Land Registry’s price paid data.

Areas with three or fewer sales in either the year to October 2020 or the year to October 2021 have been excluded.

The most expensive postcode in England and Wales last year was W1K, or Mayfair, where the average price, based on 69 sales, was £4.22m.

That was up 15.8% from £3.65 million in the year to October 2020.

The least expensive postcode was DL17, between Darlington and Durham, where the average house price was £50,750, based on 316 sales.

That was also up by 3% from £49,250 a year earlier.

Prices were growing fastest in SA36, in Pembrokeshire, where they have jumped 117.4% in a year from £97,500 to £212,000, although there were only four sales in each of the years.

Teesside’s property postcode list – from most expensive to cheapest

Postcode // Median price – year to Oct 2021 // Sales – year to Oct 2021 // Median price – year to Oct 2020 // Sales – year to Oct 2020

TS9 // £258,250 // 160 // £233,000 // 221

TS15 // £255,000 // 250 // £247,995 // 325

TS22 // £242,500 // 141 // £270,000 // 221

(Image: Teesside Live)

TS7 // £200,000 // 315 // £180,000 // 377

TS21 // £190,000 // 183 // £198,000 // 255

TS16 // £180,000 // 141 // £180,000 // 151

TS8 // £166,950 // 271 // £174,950 // 357

TS14 // £160,000 // 238 // £155,000 // 330

TS11 // £158,000 // 118 // £140,000 // 138

TS12 // £145,000 // 278 // £132,000 // 307

The Grade II listed pier at Saltburn
The Grade II listed pier at Saltburn

TS17 // £140,000 // 519 // £141,000 // 724

TS10 // £135,000 // 453 // £121,000 // 506

TS18 // £133,000 // 305 // £134,475 // 388

TS5 // £129,950 // 448 // £130,000 // 564

TS20 // £125,000 // 246 // £120,000 // 327

TS19 // £115,000 // 361 // £115,000 // 475

TS13 // £111,995 // 141 // £116,995 // 184

TS23 // £110,000 // 307 // £100,000 // 346

TS4 // £94,000 // 153 // £98,250 // 222

James Cook University Hospital
James Cook University Hospital sits in TS4
(Image: Evening Gazette)

TS6 // £85,000 // 306 // £95,000 // 343

TS3 // £63,500 // 307 // £61,499 // 279

TS1 // £52,500 // 236 // £48,250 // 232

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