Geography – What areas does Notting Hill cover?
Notting Hill is located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, just to the north of Kensington, and west of Paddington. The area also covers the west side of Hyde Park.3
The average cost of a property in Notting Hill (as of March 2017) is approximately £1,129,971.4
This represents a massive 9.17 percent increase on housing prices over the last 12 months.5
However, this changes depending on the size of the property. In Notting Hill you can buy a property the size of everything from a studio apartment, to a five-bedroom house.4
Here is a breakdown on how much each type of property would cost, on average:
|Type of House||Average Price|
People looking to purchase a property in Soho can expect to pay anything between £250,000 and £5,750,000.4
Please note these figures are taken from Foxtons, which is regularly updated to reflect the current average pricing. As such, the above figures may be a little inaccurate. Click the link in our Sources section for the most up to date information or contact us directly to discuss the latest property investment opportunities in Notting Hill.
These housing prices are, as you would expect, higher than the national average.
Property prices in England and Wales (including London and Notting Hill) look like this:
|Type of House||Average Cost – England & Wales |
The above statistics were found using the Land Registry app. To use, simply click ‘search the UK house price index’, then click ‘customise your search’ and then select ‘England and Wales’. Then select ‘Change property types and report options’ to filter between flat and housing prices.
*Internal calculation provided by Cogress Ltd determining the mean of the average cost of detached, semi-detached and terraced houses.
Council tax rates for Fitzrovia are determined by the City of London, and are as follows:
Rates shown are for 2016/17
Due to the expensive nature of living in Notting Hill, many of its residents are successful, wealthy city dwellers. The largest age group in the area is 30-39 year-olds, followed by under 20s. There is also a relatively large group of non-UK born residents, with many people emigrating from the USA, Ireland and Australia.8