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Welsh house prices rise by £1,235 in February

The average price of a house in Wales in February was £158,791, an increase of £1,235 or 0.8% since January. This is the highest price since September 2008.

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How much are house prices where you live?

The average price of a house in Wales in February was £158,791, an increase of £1,235 or 0.8% since January - the highest price since September 2008.

The most expensive houses in Wales can be found in the Vale of Glamorgan, whilst the cheapest are currently in Blaenau Gwent.

Find out where your area ranks in the list below, which shows average prices for each area in February 2014.

  • Vale of Glamorgan - £218, 804
  • Monmouthshire - £214,939
  • Cardiff - £197,819
  • Ceredigion - £180,025
  • Powys - £178,456
  • Isle of Anglesey - £171,653
  • Pembrokeshire - £167,127
  • Gwynedd - £160,481
  • Flintshire - £159,769
  • Wrexham - £159,254
  • Swansea - £158,823
  • Denbighshire - £155,360
  • Newport - £154,011
  • Conwy - £151,932
  • Bridgend - £148,078
  • Carmarthenshire - £142,954
  • Torfaen - £141,636
  • Caerphilly - £124,057
  • Neath Port Talbot - £114,632
  • Rhondda Cynon Taff - £112,124
  • Merthyr Tydfil - £98,010
  • Blaenau Gwent - £81,839

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