A new report ranks postcodes in Shropshire based on their average house price, revealing the cheapest and most expensive places to live in the county.

With constant inflation rises, the opportunity for first time buyers to get a mortgage offer that is affordable and reasonable is extremely difficult. This is leaving people either not moving out at all or paying to rent a place instead.

Responding to this ongoing change, Cardinal Steels and Online Marketing Surgery have created their House Price Report, which helped us rank areas in Shropshire based on their average house price.


Madeley and the TF7 postcode is the cheapest area in Shropshire to buy a property with an average price of £180,444.

The area in Shropshire with the highest house prices is Cleobury Mortimer and the DY14 postcode, with an average price of £447,333.

Oswestry and the SY11 postcode was ranked eighth cheapest with an average house price of £245,662.

Whitchurch was ranked 11th cheapest with an average of £285,627, just ahead of 12th placed Ellesmere where a house would set you back £286,122 on average.

Meanwhile Oswestry and the SY10 postcode's average price is £331,233 - almost £100k more expensive than its SY11 neighbours and the ninth most expensive in the county.

Southern Shropshire house prices dominated the most expensive averages with a house in Bishop's Castle and SY9 costing £332,575 while Clun Valley's average is £360,792 while Cleobury Mortimer and the DY14 postcode is the most coveted with an eye-watering average price of £447,333.