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Herne Hill house prices have risen faster than any area of London since 2008 crash

House prices in Herne Hill have shot up faster than in any other part of London since 2008, research has shown.

Statistics from property consultancy Knight Frank show that since the financial crisis, values of homes in Herne Hill have jumped 60 per cent.

A house in the area would have cost you £455,528 but average prices reached £728,154 in the second quarter of 2016.

Other areas of south London that made top-ten of fastest-rising prices were Peckham, where the average rise was 53.3 per cent, and Brockley in Lewisham, with 54.7 per cent.

 

 

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