Property prices in seaside towns in England and Wales over the past ten years have increased on average by 128%. The most expensive housing is now proposed on the south coast, analysts say.
A study by Halifax found that all ten seaside towns with the highest housing prices are on the south coast of Britain. Leading the list Sendbenks in the English county of Dorsetshire, where the average house cost is ? 532 thousand (? 596 thousand).
In the port town of Padstow (Cornwall) Cottage stands in the middle? 382 thousand in Wadebridge -? 370 thousand, in the small village of Foy (Fowey) -? 363 thousand, reports International Business Times.
"The small coastal towns have always been a popular place to live - says Halifax economist Nitesh Patel. - And more recently, judging by the fastest in England and Wales in home prices, they have become even more attractive. "