Saundersfoot is in the top ten of Rightmove’s coastal properties


Properties in the seaside village of Saundersfoot are among the most demanded in the UK right now, according to the Rightmove property website.

Rightmove examined coastal areas in the UK and compared activity on its website between January 1 and November 24, 2021 with the same period in 2020.

He revealed there was a 12% jump in searches for Saundersfoot, making it the eighth most searched beach location in Britain.

Saundersfoot, which has an average asking price per house of £ 319,587, shared eighth position with Southport, Merseyside, average asking price per house of £ 215,838, and Scarborough, North Yorkshire, £ 191,879, average asking price per house from £ 191,879.

Morecambe in Lancashire, with an average asking price of £ 164,424, saw the biggest increase in house searches at 32%.

The only other Welsh locations in the top ten were Swansea and Llandudno.

Swansea, with an average asking price of £ 180,603, saw their searches increase by 15% and came in third while Llandudno, Conwy, with an average asking price of £ 235,316, saw their searches increase by 13% and placed seventh.

Tim Bannister, Director of Real Estate Data at Rightmove, said: “After a year where coastal locations have really captured the imaginations of UK buyers, it is interesting to reflect on how the big picture looks at the end of the year. ‘year.

“In terms of average asking price growth, owners in Cornwall and Devon are the real winners this year, with properties in some areas exceeding the national average, although that means it is getting harder and harder for some. inhabitants to climb the ladder.

“The speed of the market this year is truly astounding considering the time it takes to find a buyer in some areas, especially Scotland.

“Overall this is the year when, either through changed lifestyle priorities or the ability to work remotely, living in coastal areas became possible for more buyers. , which is reflected in the data we see in this study. ”


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