Notting Hill might be an interesting area to invest in when looking for a house for sale in the UK as it is a unique area in the county of London.
Before looking for a house for sale in the city of Notting Hill we strongly suggest landlords and real estate investors to research in detail and consider all involved factors. Indeed, house prices can change quite a bit depending on the square foot of the property, the number of rooms, the economic climate, the location of the house and more.
In this data heavy article the reader will be able to find out more on the topic and see the specific data to consider when evaluating different houses for sale in Notting Hill.
In Notting Hill, what is the asking price in general for a house for sale?
Average price of houses for sale in Notting Hill
|Average asking price (1 bed)||£683,010|
|Average asking price (2 bed)||£1,133,239|
|Average asking price (3 bed)||£2,088,875|
|Average asking price (4 bed)||£3,694,546|
|Average asking price (5 bed)||no relevant data for this city|
The tables should give you a generic view of what the prices of the houses for sale are like. To close things off in terms of the house asking price, the average asking price for the house for sale in the whole of Notting Hill is £13,290. This should show you the general prices overall and for individual types of houses too.
On average, in Notting Hill, the asking price for a house for sale in the area is £1,271,950.
The below table puts this figure into perspective as you can see the various average sale prices of the different type of houses for sale in Notting Hill. From a 1 bedroom house up to a 5 bedroom house.
As you can imagine, as the price goes up, the size of a room also goes up and in general, the larger a house is, the more you can expect the sale price to be as well.
How are rental yields of the houses for sale different to the rest of the UK in Notting Hill?
If you’re buying a house for investment rather than for the reason to live in the house over time and use the house as a place to stay in the long term, there is a need to look at the rental yield figure to see if the house for sale you are considering to buy is a good investment or not.
This figure is usually looked at by investors as well as the rental income of the area, the sale turnover and the rent turnover.
The table below represents this data and compares Notting Hill to London and the broader suburb of the UK; Greater London.
|Average Yield||Average Asking rent||Turnover (rental)||Turnover (sale)|
Let’s assume you want to sell the house you’re looking to buy in Notting Hill for profit in the future, in this case, looking at the data for the number of houses sold per month in Notting Hill would give you an idea of whether the area is actively getting new investors. This figure is 14.
It is vital you be careful with this figure however as the data can suggest something that isn’t true in Notting Hill. To give an example, a lot of people buying new houses could also indicate there are a lot of new first time buyers in the area which would in fact drive down the rental yield.
The more people there are interested in renting, rather than buying, the more likely that area of the UK has high rental yields and hence investors like these areas to invest in to create a large amount of cash flow.
In Notting Hill, how has the number of houses changed?
The growth of an area like Notting Hill can be a great indicator of a thriving city and the influx of new people can drive demand for housing and help appreciate the value of your house after you buy it.
Paying attention to the table below tells you how the number of houses has changed over time at one year, three year and five year intervals.
|1 year||3 years||5 years|
|Notting Hill growth rate||8%||14%||29%|
Despite the number of houses being built rising, this may not indicate that the housing price of the houses for sale is going up. It could be the case that there are a lot of new builds in the area which are causing the supply of the houses for sale to match demand and this could cause a decline in house price as time goes on.
Make sure you do your own research specific to the city of Notting Hill if you want to find out the exact reasons for the housing change.
What is the final sale price of a house in Notting Hill?
In Notting Hill, houses for sale are sold at an average of £1,337,774. In general, multiple factors impact this figure because lots of variables impact properties valuation. This can include the quality of the buildings in general, whether the population has grown, if there is demand for housing or if there is a low crime rate which would make the area more desirable.
In the table below, you can see for yourself how the average price of a house for sale looks based on the different sizes of housing in Notting Hill. The exact amount of variation between the types of housing depends on the local demand for particular types of houses in the area.
|Housing category||Total final sale price|
|Aerage sold price (detached)||no relevant data for this city|
|Aerage sold price (semi-detached)||£8,396,445|
|Aerage sold price (terraced)||£3,312,947|
|Aerage sold price (flat)||£912,589|
As you can see above, for Notting Hill, price varies based on the type of house that is being sold. If these prices shock you it could be due to population change in the last 10 years of 0% where lots of movement may inflate or deflate house prices.
|Housing category||Sale price per square foot|
|Aerage sold price/sqft||£14,500|
|Aerage sold price/sqft (new build)||£11,770|
|Aerage sold price/sqft (old stock)||£14,450|
Looking at the second table about Notting Hill, you are able to tell which type of housing is most affordable to you as a buyer. However, for a general overview of what house price is, the average price per square foot for a house in Notting Hill is £13,890.
What kind of demographics does the city of Notting Hill have?
In the city of Notting Hill, the demographics are unique and must be looked at by themself to make a conclusion about the area before buying a house. This is because the growth could be greatly different to the wider area of London for example.
These demographics for Notting Hill may impact the price of a house, how this house grows over time and the profitability of a house if you are buying it for an investment so knowing the area is crucial for a landlord making a purchasing decision in the city of Notting Hill in Greater London.
How educated are the people in Notting Hill?
In the city of Notting Hill, 45% people have a degree from a university. The higher this proportion is, in general, the more likely it is that the population is able to buy a house.
Interestingly, as people who have degrees go up, the average income of the area goes up too. You can see if there is a correlation, the average household income in the UK is price34,000 and the average income in Notting Hill is £52,400.
This should correspond with the average percentage of people in the UK who have degrees at 22.6%.
In Notting Hill, what is the crime rate?
Within Notting Hill, the number of people committing crimes is 152 per 1000 people. This figure directly relates to the safety of residents in the area which is one of the biggest factors in whether an area is considered desirable or not.
As a result, someone looking to buy a house here hoping for it to appreciate in value or buying a house here to produce rental income should check out the crime rate and compare it carefully to the UK average of 79.52 for every 1000 people to see how safe people living there will be.
If the area’s crime rate is too high, this may result in you having to pay for the renovation of burglaries or pay a premium on home insurance as insurance companies will charge you more for living in a dangerous area. So analyse this 152 figure carefully.
How much do people in Notting Hill earn?
Typically, as people earn more money, the more they are able to afford and the better house prices in the area because demand goes up. You could also infer that the amenities such as schools, parks and public areas are generally of high quality as a result.
For these reasons, it could be argued that areas where people earn more money are generally nicer arrears to live in which also attracts more people as a result and further drives up house prices in the area.
To see if this phenomenon occurs in Notting Hill. Compare the area’s average household income of £52,400 to the average household income in the UK at price34,000. Adding to this, compare it with the figure for the highest social grade score too at 37% for more conclusive data on the affluence of the area.
Are the people of Notting Hill deprived?
Most of the time, high deprivation levels signal that people cannot afford to sustain their living expenses. In Notting Hill, currently, 28% people fall into this category.
Measuring this statistic against the nationwide average of 33% should give you a pretty good idea of where the city lies in the scale of poverty in the area.
In the city of Notting Hill, has the population grown or shrunk?
Whenever there is a population change this can impact the demand for housing and hence the appreciation of properties too. The total population of Notting Hill if 31,399 and in the below heading how this population has changed will be broken down.
Like most data to do with houses, all data has to be considered holistically with multiple variables to determine if the population growth actually impacts the statistics that matter to you as a landlord in Notting Hill such as rental yield or house appreciation.
How has the population size of Notting Hill adjusted in the last 5 years?
In the previous five years there has been a change in the number of people of Notting Hill by 0%. Analysing this figure is a great way to tell if there is new demand for housing or not as a decreasing figure reduces the number of people who want to buy houses. Read more here
To compare this figure over a greater period of time, you could look at the figure for the 1 year population too and compare them. This way you can see if the population has changed recently or if this 0% change has historically occurred before. Click here to know more on the UK population trends.
Over the last 10 years, how has the population size adjusted in Notting Hill?
In the last decade, the population of Notting Hill has been adjusted by 0%. This growth may be as a result of factors like new industries employing people or emigration and immigration balancing out to create this population change.
A precedent that shows population change in this way over decades is the region of Greater London. The capital city has grown by 27% in the past 20 years. Population growth has caused house prices to go up to price523,666 on average.
What’s a social grade score and how does it relate to Notting Hill?
In the city of Notting Hill and throughout the UK, the social grade score is assessed by observing what type of jobs people have and then grouping this into a grading system.
In general, the people at the top of the scale (the A category) have the highest paid, most skilled jobs and this is just 4% of the general UK population. On the lower end of the scale, people who are on benefits, state pensions and also manual workers all are grouped into this category that represents the most unskilled.
When trying to determine if the area of Notting Hill has an abundance of highly skilled workers, the top two categories are grouped together and given a percentage. This percentage is 37%.
Below, you can see how this compares to the National average as the average for the top two categories nationwide is 27% (Adding together the A and B categories)
|Social Score||Category||The proportion of the UK population (%)|
|A||Professional, managerial or administrative||4|
|B||Intermediate managerial or professional jobs||23|
|C1||Supervisory, junior managerial or professional jobs||29|
|C2||Skilled manual workers||21|
|D||Semi and unskilled manual workers||15|
|E||State pensioners, casual & lowest grade workers||8|
How much green space is available to residents of Notting Hill?
In the city of Notting Hill, there are 2.1 acres of green space per 1000 residents.
The charity, ‘Fields in Trusts’ recommends a minimum of 6 acres of green space per 1000 people so it is easy to see where Notting Hill is when seeing if green space availability is sufficient. This green space could be parks, nature reserves, public gardens or playing fields.
Professional advice for houses for sale in Notting Hill
Invest in a house for sale that meets your demands
Find here below a list of criteria that we suggest you consider before looking for houses for sale in Notting Hill
affordability – the UK gov website comes in helpful when you want to understand (see what house for sale you can afford)
Geographic Location – the county and region across the UK you are considering to invest in are crucial factors to consider when browsing houses for sale.
Transport network of the house for sale – Hopefully, the pandemic stays in the past. Therefore, working from home may become less predominant than a couple of years ago. Check the commuting time of the house for sale you are considering buying.
Bedrooms in the house for sale – are you looking for houses for sale for yourself, for a couple or for the whole family? This condition will narrow down the number of houses for sale relevant to buy.
EPC of the house for sale – today more than ever, the energy performance of the properties for sale on the market should be one of the first things you check.
Broadband speed – having a good internet connection is crucial nowadays. Always check the available subscriptions available for the areas of the house for sale you want to purchase
Are you a car owner? – if yes, you will have to check for parking availability of the house for sale. Does it come with a garage included in the price?
Conservation areas – when browsing for houses for sale, we suggest you take a look at the National Heritage list. When a house for sale is included it means that it is not possible for the future homeowner to make changes to the property, both inside and outside.
Houses for sale Conditions – some properties, like new builds, need no repairs or works; other houses listed for sale may need some investment to restore them and some others may need a complete renovation. Someone looking for houses for sale should always think about how much time and money they are willing to invest to complete the needed repairs.
House for sale in the same UK region
See here below a list of cities in the same UK region of Notting Hill which is Greater London. You might want to consider these as alternatives for your next real estate investment:
- Putney in Greater London
- Abbey-Wood in Greater London
- Teddington in Greater London
- Battersea in Greater London
- Fulham in Greater London
Or, visit our dedicated page on the houses for sale data for the whole of the UK – houses for sale in the UK.
Considering all the above data and information provided, you may want know who can help you buy a house for sale.
Lots of professionals offer property investors and first-time buyers advice and assistance in dealing with the process of acquiring a house for sale.
Below, you can find a list of professionals that come in handy when looking for houses for sale:
- Lender – Is someone capable of lending you the money you need to complete the purchase of the house for sale
- Insurer – Insurance companies provide building insurances and other financial products you need to protect your real estate assets
- Conveyancer – This professional will take care of the legal work needed when looking for a house for sale
- Surveyor – Use this professional to assess the condition of the house for sale you are willing to buy, get an independent valuation and feel more comfortable when negotiating the final price
- Mortgage broker or adviser – Different buyers can access different mortgages to buy a house for sale. Let the mortgage broker suggest to you which one is the best given your financial situation
- Energy professional – Nowadays is more important than ever, to get professional advice on the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) of the house for sale you are considering as your next investment