The cheapest areas to buy a property in East Lancashire have been revealed in the latest data.

Analysis of the latest Land Registry property data shows postcodes in East Lancashire which have the lowest and highest property prices.

The data is broken down by postcodes, and shows the average price over 12 months up until January 2024. 

The most affordable place to live in East Lancashire according to the research is Accrington (BB5), with average house prices coming in at £130,059.

Blackpool (FY1 and FY4) and Nelson (BB9) were next named in the list of the most affordable places, each landing a spot inside the top 10 at £130,132 and £132,286.

The rest of the top 10 cheapest places to live in Lancashire include:

  • Burnley (BB10, BB11, BB12) at £138,226
  • Fleetwood (FY7) at £149,567
  • Bispham (FY2) at £150,355
  • Layton (FY3) at £151,55
  • Bacup (QL13) at £156,942
  • Darwen (BB3) at £160,404
  • Blackburn (BB1 and BB2) at £166,912

On the the opposite side of the scale, the most expensive areas to live in Lancashire were also revealed.

The most expensive of East Lancashire was Clitheroe (BB7), with average prices at £284,410.

The next most expensive areas to live in East Lancashire were Preston city centre (PR1) at £175,659, Barnoldswick (BB18) at £170,198, and Colne at £168,407.

Other expensive areas in Lancashire include:

  • Thornton-Cleveleys (FY5) at £185,900
  • Morecambe (LA3 and LA4) at £189,702
  • Ashton On Ribble (PR2) at £192,825
  • Bamber Bridge (PR5) at £196,392
  • Chapel House (WN8) at £198,143
  • Dinckley (BB6) at £204,718
  • Appley Bridge (WN6) at £211,901
  • Acre (BB4) at £213,805
  • Adlington (PR7) at £225,659 
  • Abbey Village (PR6) at £230,590
  • Poulton-Le-Fylde (FY6) at £241,839
  • Leyland (PR25 and PR26) at £245,591
  • Lytham St (FY8) at £260,703
  • Lancaster (LA1 and LA2) at £265,096

The most expensive area in Lancashire as a whole was Arkholme (LA6), coming in at £384,882.