The most expensive streets to buy a home in Monmouth, the river Wye town on the Herefordshire border, have been revealed.

Home sales company Property Solvers tracked average sold price data from HM Land Registry since 2016 to see where the highest and lowest-priced homes are located across the NP25 postcode.

On St Maughans, three properties sold for an average of £764,500.

Penallt also saw three properties sold for an average of £685,833. While Watery Lane saw four properties sell for an average of £669,375.

Some of the cheapest streets include Homeforge House, where 17 properties sold for an average of £82,823, Carbonne Close, where three properties sold for an average of £106,833, and Chippenham Court, where eight properties sold for an average of £117,437.

The most expensive streets in Monmouth

  1. St Maughans – Average price: £764,500
  2. Penallt – Average price: £685,833
  3. Watery Lane – Average price: £669,3755
  4. Leasbrook Lane – Average price: £667,666
  5. The Narth – Average price: £658,785
  6. The Parade – Average price: £626,000
  7. Tregare – Average price: £615,000
  8. Hereford Road – Average price: £609,500
  9. Mitchel Troy Common – Average price: £592,666


Property Solvers co-founder Ruban Selvanayagam said: “To keep the data less skewed, we only ranked the streets that had over three sales.

“It’s therefore worth noting that, in recent years, a property on Rockfield sold for £1,525,000 and, at the other end of the market, there were properties that sold for £117,000 and under on Lancaster House, Hendre Close and Lockwood Court, Wonastow Road.