Royal street names boost property values which is good news, especially if you live on Kings Drive, Bramhope
Nearly one in 10 house hunters are willing to pay a premium for a property located on a street with such a prefix, this suggests that it is not only the reputation of the village or the town that can add value to a property
In a survey, of one thousand house-buyers across the UK, 14% said they consider paying more for a property that featured the prefix Royal in the street name, with King 7% and Queen 6% as the second and third prefixes with the potential to demand a higher asking price.
According to 37% of the people asked, king, Queen, Crown and Palace all appear in the top street names that home-owners believe add gravitas to a property.
Helen Whitely, Commercial Director at On the Market.com said “there is no question that location is one of the most important elements when buying or renting a new home, but it is interesting that a prestigious sounding street name can help to influence a buyer or renter’s idea of price and worth”
We are very lucky in Bramhope to have Kings Drive on the edge of the lovely village, @davidphillipestateagents we have already sold one property in this sought after area and have a further property to sell. Number 14, Kings Drive is now on the market, with 3 bedrooms, a private garden and is an opportunity for someone to modernise.
The property is very realistically priced at £350k for a quick sale.
An early viewing is strongly recommended t: 01134 676 400 w: davidphillip.co.uk 86, Leeds Road, Bramhope.
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