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House prices: How does your borough compare?

How has your borough fared with house prices? Photo: Reuters

The Rightmove September House Prices Index reveals the monthly change in house prices in each one of London's 32 boroughs.

Prices overall in the capital have risen by 0.9% this month - after three months of consecutive falls. It brings the average price of a property in the capital up to £557,792, after the record price of £592,763 was set in May this year. This means that prices have now risen a huge 13% year on year since September 2013.

This month, the three areas with the highest price rises are further out from the centre of the capital, in Enfield, Haringey and Sutton - while the most expensive borough in the capital, Kensington and Chelsea, saw the biggest drop in prices at nearly 4%.

London's biggest house price rises, August - September 2014:

  • Enfield - £400,834 from £385,908 (up 3.9%)
  • Haringey - £620,917 from £597,854 (up 3.9%)
  • Sutton - £414,444 from £400,390 (up 3.5%)
  • Southwark - £560,171 from £541,579 (up 3.4%)
  • Hackney - £705,079 £681,876 (up 3.4%)

You can see how your borough fared in the full tables below.

Don't forget, you can let us know your thoughts on house prices in your area by tweeting us @itvlondon.

London's top 15 boroughs by house price Credit: Rightmove
London's bottom 17 boroughs by house price Credit: Rightmove