Priciest properties revealed

Priciest properties revealed

Published at 8:37pm 12th December 2014. (Updated at 4:55pm 16th December 2014)

Harrogate is still home to Yorkshire's most expensive street.

Rutland Drive tops the Lloyds Bank list for the second year running, with an average property costing £1,152,000.

Other pricey places include Ilkley and Linton near Wetherby.

Andy Hulme, Mortgages Director at Lloyds Bank, said: "The region's Golden Triangle between Harrogate, North Leeds and Wetherby is a well-known hotspot for those who aspire to have it all, and boasts eight of the ten most expensive streets.

"The remaining two streets are both in Ilkley. All of these areas have outstanding homes, excellent schools, good shopping facilities and are close to the countryside."

Street Name Area       Postcode    Average House Price
Rutland Drive Harrogate       HG1    £1,152,000
Park Edge Harrogate       HG2    £1,078,000
College Farm Lane Wetherby       LS22    £1,012,000
Curly Hill Ilkley       LS29    £1,012,000
The Ridge Wetherby       LS22    £978,000
Hall Drive Leeds       LS16    £938,000
Bracken Park Leeds       LS14    £932,000
Queen Parade Harrogate       HG1    £923,000
Moor Lane Ilkley       LS29    £910,000
Wigton Lane Leeds       LS17    £864,000

Prices based on transactions between January 2009 and October 2014