House prices in Cumbria: how much does it cost to buy in different areas?

Published on
24 March 2022

Cumbria is a diverse area in terms of both locations and properties – as you probably already know, if you live here or you’ve started your property search!

In the North of the county, you’ll find bigger towns and cities such as Carlisle and Brampton offering a great work/life balance. In the East, pretty towns such as Appleby in Westmorland offer easy access to Yorkshire and beyond. In the South and West, the sought-after Lake District National Park stretches to the coast where you’ll also find seaside towns such as Grange-over-Sands and Allonby.

But where would you like to settle, and how much is it likely to cost you? Our handy infographic below will help you find out. Any questions? Please feel free to get in touch.

House prices in Cumbria: Infographic

Some handy facts, via

  • Over the past year, most of the sales in Cumbria were terraced properties which sold for £145,944 on average. Semi-detached properties had an average sold price of £196,249 and detached properties averaged at £355,775.
  • The most expensive area within Cumbria was Coniston (£608,222) and the cheapest was Moor Row (£90,168).
  • Cumbria, with an overall average price of £212,885, was similar in terms of sold prices to Merseyside (£209,816), but was more expensive than Lancashire (£197,584)
  • In the past year, house prices in Cumbria were similar to the year before and 8% up on 2019 when they averaged at £197,642.

Prices and statistic correct on 17th March 2022
Prices and statistic correct on 17th March 2022