The average detached property in Carlisle is estimated to cost around £243,944 but some properties in the more expensive streets can sell for more than £500,000.

Using data from property experts, Zoopla, we have found out where the most expensive streets in Carlisle are- and how much a house on these streets could cost you.

Here are the five most expensive streets in Carlisle, according to ‘Zed Index’ estimates (average property value) from Zoopla.

5 expensive streets in Carlisle and the surrounding area
(Images from Google Maps are just for area guidance)

Plains Road, Wetheral

According to Zoopla, this is the most expensive street in Carlisle and the average property value is £520,705.

One property on this road sold for £760,000 in 2015- it had estimated running costs of £2,415.

Holme Meadow, Cumwhinton

The average property value in Home Meadow is £420,406- but some properties have a higher estimated value.

One of the more expensive properties has an upper estimate value of £536,000 and running costs of £1,538.

Lambley Bank, Scotby

Zoopla estimates that the average property value on this street is £416,539.

One of the most expensive properties on Lambley Bank sold for £780,000 in 2018 and it currently has an upper estimated value of £968,000.

The seven bedroom property also has a high estimated running cost of around £2300.

Eden Mount

The average property value in Eden Mount is £396,835- but one property in the area sold for £470,000 in 2016.

Another expensive property on the street has an upper estimation value of £593,000.

Wellgate, Scotby

According to Zoopla, the average property on this street is £394,496.

One four bed, two bathroom property sold for £485,000 in 2013 and one of the most expensive properties on the street has an upper estimate of £656,000.