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South facing gardens sell faster and for a premium

TomS - Head Tom Simper Aug 31, 2020, 09:30 AM


A recent study revealed that homes with a south facing garden achieve a 7% asking price premium and on average sell 2 days faster.

Three and four bed properties with south facing gardens were compared to non-south facing properties, for asking price and time to sell. On average south facing gardens are priced £22,695 higher.


The largest asking price premium was 14%, recorded in Yorkshire and Humber while the smallest was 2%, in the South East.

Not only does a south facing garden achieve an asking price premium but they also sell quicker. Homes in Yorkshire and the Humber with a south facing garden sell 8 days faster. Source: Dataloft

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