Coastal living ‘is cheaper’



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House prices in seaside towns have risen by around £500 a month over the last decade, but coastal living is still cheaper than property prices across Britain generally, a report has found.

On average, property prices in seaside towns have grown by 42 per cent in the last 10 years to reach £196,826, according to Halifax.

But the typical price tag on a seaside home is still over £42,000 cheaper than the average house price across Britain, at £239,518.


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