The average house price for every area in West Sussex

If you wondered where the most affluent areas in West Sussex were – or you want to know the cheapest place to buy a house – look no further.

Friday, 23rd April 2021, 4:52 pm
Updated Monday, 26th April 2021, 2:32 pm
The South Downs. Pic Steve Robards

The House of Commons Library recently published data* revealing the median (middle) house price for each area of the country to provide an indicator of affordability.

The information shows a wide fluctuation in prices, starting from £266,950 in seaside towns Bognor and Littlehampton, with house buyers stumping up an average of £422,500 in the rural Arundel and South Downs constituency.

Below are the median house prices from September 2020 - the latest available figures.

£422,500 (pictured, tulips at Arundel Castle)
£390,000 (pictured, Horsham park)
£375,000 (pictured, Chichester city centre)
£355,000 (pictured, Balcombe)
£315,000 (pictured, Lancing beach)
£295,000 (pictured, Buchan Park)
£295,000 (pictured, Goring seafront)
£266,950 (pictured, Bognor beach)