British holiday hot-spots see house prices rise as ‘staycations’ boom
House prices in Britain’s holiday hot-spots have risen an average of £13,586 since last summer, according to research by Halifax.
Mid Glamorgan has seen house prices rise, on average, by £18,407 to £165,839 over the past year.
Cornwall has seen prices rise by an average of £13,651, to £256,379.
Homes in the Isle of Wight will now set buyers back by an average of £255,897, having grown by £17, 329 over the past year.
House prices in Renfreshire in Scotland have risen by £16, 575 to £166,636 over the past year.
Gwynedd, home to Mount Snowdon, has seen a house price hike of 11% over the past year, to £201,122, a rise of £19,152.
Residents of Cumbria have experienced growth of £13,260, to £193,812, while North Yorkshire prices have increased by £10,951 to £256,893 and Dorset slightly was lower at £10,059 to £306,642.