Romford's most and least expensive streets, according to HM Land Registry study

Links Avenue

According to the data, Links Avenue is the most expensive street in Romford, with five properties selling for an average of £1,022,000 since early 2016. - Credit: Goggle Maps

The most and least expensive streets in Romford have been identified, according to a property company's study.

Property Solvers said it used HM Land Registry data to pinpoint the highest and lowest average property prices for streets that have had over three sales since early 2016.  

The findings place Links Avenue in Romford as the most expensive street across RM1-RM7 postcodes.  

Links Avenue

A property in Links Avenue, Romford. - Credit: Google Maps

According to the data, over the past five years’ in Links Avenue, five properties sold for an average of £1,022,000, with a further three selling for an average of £1,020,000. 

Crossways, Romford

Crossways was rated the second most expensive street in Romford. - Credit: Google Maps

The next most expensive street is listed as Crossways, where during this same period, five properties sold for an average of £941,666.   

Hornford Way

According to the data, Hornford Way is the third most expensive street in Romford. - Credit: Google Maps

In Hornford Way, the stats showed five properties had sold over a five-year period for an average of £915,200.  

High Road

The High Road, Chadwell Heath, is the least expensive road in Romford, according to the data. - Credit: Google Maps

The least expensive street in Romford, according to the cumulative data, is High Road, Chadwell Heath - where since early 2016 five properties sold for an average of £91,599.   

Cunningham Close

In Cunningham Close 16 properties have sold for an average of £122, 375 since early 2016. - Credit: Google Maps

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Following behind is Cunningham Close, where 16 properties had been bought for an average of £122, 375.  

South Street

South Street was rated as the third least expensive street in Romford. - Credit: Google Maps

According to the data, South Street is the third least expensive street, with three properties selling at an average of more than £124,800.