Most popular street names for buyers REVEALED – is your home located at a premium address?


Living on a particular street name could make your home more attractive to buyers, new research has revealed.

One77 Mortgages delved into Land Registry sales data to discover the top 20 most popular street names for sales – and it seems the common names are proving the most desirable.

Coming in at number one with 5050 transactions – more than 2000 more than the second most popular – was High Street.

Station Road was the second most popular with 2,755 transactions, closely followed by London Road with 1,778. Church Road also proved popular with 1,546, along with Main Street (1,469), Church Street (1,368), Park Road (1,297), Church Lane (1,002), Main Road (982) and Victoria Road (974).

Speaking about the findings, Managing Director of One77 Mortgages Alastair McKee said: “There we have it, if you want to buck the Brexit market blues you have a better chance of doing so if you live on one of these popular road names.

“While a road name isn’t the be all and end all, for many aspirational homeowners it can certainly have an impact on their decision to buy in the same way a not so desirable name can be off-putting.

“Whether it brings a greater feeling of exclusivity or eludes to a far better position than surrounding areas, a road name can make a big difference.

“Those selling across the most popular ones should consider this when researching the market and hosting potential buyers during the viewing process.

“In the current market climate, it’s vital to utilise every unique aspect your property possess in order to get a sale over the line.”

Most popular street names

  1. High Street
  2. Station Road

  3. London Road

  4. Church Road

  5. Main Street

  6. Church Street

  7. Park Road

  8. Church Lane

  9. Main Road

  10. Victoria Road

  11. Queens Road

  12. New Road

  13. The Street

  14. Manor Road

  15. Mill Lane

  16. The Avenue

  17. West Street

  18. Green Lane

  19. The Green

  20. Kings Road

Yesterday, the best area in England to buy a home was revealed – with low house prices and low crime rates taken in to consideration.

North Kesteven District Council is where would-be homeowners should be snapping up a property.

The average house price in the area is £208,230, and crime per capita came in at 3/100.

As a comparison, the worst place to buy a home in England – Cambridge – had a crime rate of 13/100.

Broadland, Eden, Staffordshire and Bolsover also ranked highly for property affordability and low crime rates, according to research by


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