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A new survey has revealed the top 10 roads where residents enjoy the least disruption from aeroplanes and traffic in the capital.
A new survey has found that the number of house sales in London has reached its highest level for over two years.
The following roads were found to enjoy the least disruption from aeroplanes and traffic in the capital.
- Barnsbury Square (N1) - Islington
- Burton Mews (SW1) - Kensington and Chelsea
- Fossil Road (SE13) - Lewisham
- Gilstead Road (SW6) - Hammersmith and Fulham
- Greenaway Gardens (NW3) - Camden
- Hamilton Gardens (NW8) - Westminster
- Johnson Close (E8) - Hackney
- Peckham Grove (SE1) - Southwark
- Sabine Road (SW11) - Wandsworth
- St Margaret's Crescent (SW15) - Putney
The survey was carried out by 24 Acoustics, a noise control consultancy and was commissioned by the London Bed Company at Selfridges.
August saw the first dip in sellers' asking prices in the capital this year so far.
Rightmove said London recorded one of the sharpest month-on-month asking price drops, at 2.8%.
But asking prices are still increasing by around 10% year-on-year.
The average asking price for a London property has surged past the half a million pound milestone for the first time this month, standing at £509,870 typically.According to property website Rightmove, prices in the capital are 8.6% higher than a year ago and more than double the national average.
House sellers' asking prices in the capital are at the highest they have ever been for the month of March according to new figures.
Property website Rightmove said asking prices here are now 9% higher than they were a year ago at more than £496,000.
Last month the Centre for Economics and Business Research think-tank predicted that the price of a typical London home will hit half a million pounds by the end of the decade.
The economic experts said that the average house in the capital will cost £383,000 this year, rising more than 30% by 2020.
This recent property news is good news for home owners in the capital but a blow for those already struggling to get a foot on the property ladder.
The research from the Hometrack Housing Survey shows that almost half of London postcodes – 48 per cent – registered an increase in February while 26 per cent of South East postcodes had grew in value.
There were prices rises in most of London's boroughs last month.
-The greatest increases in house prices last month were seen in: City of London, Merton, Bexley, Wandsworth, Southwark, Kingston-upon-Thames and Ealing.
-However Newham, Havering and Greenwich remained static.
-And Enfield was the only London borough to see a price fall.
-Sussex (West and East),Hertfordshire, Surrey, Berkshire, Bedfordshire, Kent also all saw price increases.