The average house price in every area of Greater Manchester

House prices are usually one of the main factors in helping you decide which area to live.

But in a region as big as Greater Manchester, one of the largest metropolitan areas in the UK, it can be difficult to compare which areas offer you the best value for money.

Made up of 10 boroughs, each with their own unique areas, towns and villages, house prices differ hugely from one borough to the next.

As a whole, the region had an average house price of £243,811 in 2021.

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The most expensive area within the region was Hale in Trafford, with the average home priced at around £683,743, and the cheapest area was Collyhurst in Manchester – with an average house price of £102,500.

Here we’ve compiled a thorough list of the average price of homes across the main areas, towns and villages in each the region’s 10 boroughs, using data from the HM Land Registry.

Take a look to find the area where you live, or the area you’re looking to move to, to see what property price you might expect:

Bolton

Over the last year, homes across the borough of Bolton had an average house price of £198,493.

The majority of sales in Bolton during the last year were terraced properties, selling for an average price of £133,817.

Overall, house prices in the borough were up by 12% on the previous year.

Here is a breakdown of the average house price in each area:

  • Blackrod – £212,592

  • Farnworth – £127,407
  • Heaton – £242,954

  • Horwich – £202,352

  • Kearsley – £156,720

  • Little Lever – £162,057

  • Westhoughton – £188,970

Bury

Properties in Bury had an overall average house price of £228,702 over the last year.

Terraced properties sold for an average of £166,666 and detached properties were priced at around £360,228.

Bury’s house prices have gone up by 19% since 2019 peak, where the average back then was £192,994.

Here is a breakdown of the average house price in each area:

  • Prestwich – £281,305

  • Radcliffe – £182,656

  • Ramsbottom – £263,122
  • Tottington – £234,647
  • Whitefield – £268,751
  • Unsworth – £243,692

Manchester

The Manchester borough had an average house price of £249,890 in 2021.

The majority of sales in this area during the last year were semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £273,371.

House prices were up 11% on the previous year and 21% up from 2019, where the peak was around £206,343.

Here is a breakdown of the average house price in each area:

  • Ancoats – £280,665

  • Ardwick – £203,296

  • Baguley – £230,167

  • Belle Vue – £148,706

  • Beswick – £166,789

  • Blackley – £160,820

  • Bradford – £166,606

  • Burnage – £262,552

  • Castlefield – £265,420

  • Cheetham Hill – £169,568
  • Chorlton – £361,261
  • City Centre – £238,944

  • Collyhurst – £102,500

  • Crumpsall – £193,693

  • Didsbury – £391,828
  • Fallowfield – £197,72

  • Gorton – £147,900

  • Harpurhey – £102,994

  • Hulme – £174,377

  • Levenshulme – £223,746

  • Longsight – 170,818

  • Miles Platting- £220,173

  • Moston – £164,563

  • Moss Side – £158,264

  • Newton Heath – £151,201

  • Openshaw – £176,079

  • Parrs Wood – £323,004

  • Rusholme – £167,521

  • Strangeways – £194,051

  • Spinningfields

  • Whalley Range – £339,983

  • Wythenshawe – £210,595

  • Withington – £327,829

Oldham

Properties in Oldham had an average house price of £172,577 over the last year.

Terraced properties sold on average for £122,792, with detached properties fetching £300,802.

Overall, sold prices in Oldham over the last year were 12% up from 2020.

Here is a breakdown of the average house price in each area:

  • Chadderton – £185,333
  • Failsworth – £184,119
  • Hollinwood – £184,603
  • Lees – £159,900

  • Royton – £198,178
  • Saddleworth – £263,755
  • Shaw – £190,747

Rochdale

In the borough of Rochdale, the average house price was £192,981 in 2021.

The majority of sales in Rochdale during the last year were terraced properties, selling for an average price of £129,613.

House prices were up 20% from the peak of £160,958 in 2019.

Here is a breakdown of the average house price in each area:

  • Bamford – £265,228

  • Castleton – £144,661

  • Heywood – £178,647

  • Littleborough – £220,576

  • Middleton – £202,564

  • Milnrow – £171,436

  • Newhey – £149,177

  • Norden- £238,051

  • Whitworth – £182,998

Salford

Properties in Salford had an overall average house price of £216,521 over the last year.

The majority of sales in Salford during the last year were flats, selling for an average price of £190,640.

Overall, sold prices in Salford over the last year were 5% up on the previous year – the smallest growth on the list.

Here is a breakdown of the average house price in each area:

  • Boothstown – £274,784
  • Broughton – £275,346

  • Cadishead – £175,602

  • Eccles – £226,277
  • Irlam – £179,630

  • Kersal – £275,346

  • Little Hulton – £148,951

  • Peel Green– £224,688

  • Pendlebury – £216,098

  • Salford Quays – £218,787

  • Swinton – £251,764

  • Walkden – £213,650

  • Worsley – £277,239

Stockport

Stockport house prices averaged at around £283,892 over the last year.

Semi-detached properties were the most popular home sold in Stockport in 2021, going for an average price of £279,767.

Terraced properties sold for an average of £210,251, with detached properties being priced at £471,208.

Here is a breakdown of the average house price in each area:

  • Bramhall – £477,316

  • Cheadle – £358,512

  • Cheadle Hulme – £373,944

  • Edgeley – £203,701

  • Gatley – £348,923

  • Hazel Grove – £294,557

  • Heaton Chapel – £325,705

  • Heaton Mersey – £355,436

  • Heaton Moor –£374,858

  • Heaton Norris – £283,410

  • Marple Bridge – £436,797

  • Reddish – £193,800

  • Romiley – £324,412

Tameside

Homes in Tameside had an average price of £193,649 in 2021

Over the last year, terraced homes sold for an average price of £151,501, semi-detached properties sold for around £202,873, and detached properties averaged at £326,407.

Overall, sold prices in Tameside over the last year were up 9% from 2020.

Here is a breakdown of the average house price in each area:

  • Ashton-under-Lyne – £169,131

  • Audenshaw – £207,604

  • Broadbottom – £265,886

  • Denton – £186,043

  • Droylsden – £173,773

  • Dukinfield – £192,643

  • Hyde – £196,412

  • Marple – £325,388

  • Mossley – £182,377

  • Stalybridge – £230,161

Trafford

Properties in Trafford had an overall house price of £386,548 in 2021 – the most expensive borough on the list.

The majority of sales in Trafford during the last year were semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £379,184.

Trafford house prices were 11% up on the 2020 and 23% up on the 2019 peak of £313,617.

Here is a breakdown of the average house price in each area:

  • Altrincham – £534,137

  • Ashton upon Mersey- £354,290

  • Bowdon – £679,735

  • Broadheath – £374,765

  • Brooklands –£303,129

  • Davyhulme – £310,948

  • Flixton – £310,948

  • Hale – £683,743

  • Old Trafford – £266,271

  • Partington – £171,204

  • Sale – £342,622
  • Stretford – £278,261

  • Timperley – £379,488

  • Urmston – £310,353

Wigan

Wigan is the cheapest borough on the list, with an average house price of £166,170 over the last year.

Terraced properties sold for an average of £114,735, with detached properties fetching £273,215.

Overall, house prices in Wigan over the last year were up 11% on the previous year.

  • Atherton – £161,952

  • Abram – £139,954
  • Aspull £203,919

  • Ashton-in-Makerfield – £178,028

  • Astley – £205,684

  • Atherton – £161,952

  • Hindley – £152,707

  • Ince – £122,082

  • Leigh – £152,550
  • Orrell – £192,495

  • Pemberton- £122,187

  • Platt Bridge – £107,992

  • Standish – £238,813

  • Shevington – £207,453

  • Tyldesley – £196,047

This data is accurate as of December 10, 2021.

Manchester Evening News – Oldham