An incredible cathedral, stunning parklands and a pool teeming with ducks and swans, not to mention a host of independent bars, tea shops and restaurants – everything, in short, you could possibly ask for when it comes to contemporary city living. It’s not surprising that there’s a real demand to lay down roots in lovely Lichfield, which means there’s never been a better time to sell your home.
At present, properties in Lichfield have an average asking price of £338,722, according to property analysts at home.co.uk, and spend roughly three-and-a-half months (111 days) on the market before being placed under offer, so whether you’re a Lichfield resident looking to sell your home to a lucky new owner, or you’re hoping to call it home soon, here’s a breakdown of what to expect when buying or selling property in this stunning Staffordshire city.
Two-bedroom properties are the most readily available in the city, with asking prices averaging £217,702 and spending a little under four months on the market (an average of 117 days) before being sold.
Three-bedroom properties tend to be in high demand, with the average three-bed home spending around two months (64 days) on the market before being snapped up for an average asking price of £352,496.
Four- and five-bedroom homes come to market less regularly, have an average asking price of £562,569 and £714,444 respectively and can spend up to 255 days on the market before being sold.
Terraced houses tend to be snapped up fastest in the city, being sold after around two months (66 days), closely followed by detached properties, which, on average, spend less than three months (87 days) on the market before being purchased. A terraced property has an average asking price of £237,595 while a detached home attracts offers within the region of £540,150.
With that in mind, it’s time to clean the windows, de-clutter the kitchen and call on our expert team to value and sell your home!