There are 50 Coronation Streets around the UK – but how much does it cost to live there on average?
Love soaps? So do we. If you dream of living on your favourite TV street, we’re about to turn that dream into a reality as we reveal the average cost to live there.
Using their street name calculator, Barratt Homes analysed how many fictional TV streets existed across England and Wales. Coronation St comes out top with 50 postcodes, with an average property value of £111,336.
The cheapest coronation street is in Recar and Cleveland with an average property price of just £23, 500.
The most expensive Coronation Street is in Brighton and Hove, where the cobbles cost an estimated £410,000
In comparison, there are just 6 postcodes connected to Albert Square in the UK, four of them with Greater London postcodes, one in Halton, and one up north in Manchester. The average property value to live here is much higher, coming in at £527, 452.
The most expensive Albert Square is in Halton, where you can bag a property for an average price of £780,000.
The cheapest, in Manchester, is still on the pricey side, coming in at £339,716.
|TV Street No. of street names|
|Coronation St 50|
|Elm St 41|
|Baker St 70|
|Albert Square 6|
|Privet Drive 3|
|Ramsay Street 1|
You’ll also find one Ramsay Street in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, with an average property value of £78,000. We can’t promise you good neighbours though!
If you’re a Harry Potter fan, there are three Privet Drives, too. The cheapest street to buy is in Selby, North Yorkshire, where the average house sells for £257,000. The most expensive is in Watford, for a staggering £620,000 on average.