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Is your road the new Mayfair? Lowestoft streets get Monopoly makeover

PUBLISHED: 17:32 06 February 2019 | UPDATED: 17:32 06 February 2019

Average house prices on Lowestoft streets, as shown by a Monopoly board. Picture: Thomas Sanderson

Average house prices on Lowestoft streets, as shown by a Monopoly board. Picture: Thomas Sanderson

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You can now see a summary of average house prices in Lowestoft and the surrounding area - all in the form of a Monopoly board.

The recently launched Property Wars tool gives you the chance to feel like a tabletop tycoon as you enter the name of a city and discover property prices ranked from lowest to highest.

The cheapest street in the Lowestoft area is listed as Seaview Chalet Park on Green Lane in Kessingland, where the average property price is estimated at just £59,000.

Well known streets London Road North and Horn Hill are also designated the cheapest brown colour code, with average prices of £60,000 and £68,500 respectively.

At the other end of the spectrum, a property on Broadview Road - potentially with picturesque views overlooking Oulton Broad - could set you back around £816,666.

Another entry is the top-tier dark blue bracket is The Street, which runs through the village of Rushmere. House values are at an average of £565,000, while Lowestoft Road in Blundeston is home to properties priced at around £537,500.

North Parade in Lowestoft, Burnt Hill Way in Carlton Colville, and Planters Grove in Lowestoft have been made yellow properties on the board, the trio all falling around £10,000 below the national average for house prices.

As well as colour coding property prices on the board to compare with the likes of Monopoly’s Whitehall and Regent Street, the Property Wars tool - by Thomas Sanderson - allows you to click on each street’s icon below the board to see a Google street view of the area.

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