Seems most of us live in what would be Brown Squares on a monopoly board?

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Seems most of us live in what would be Brown Squares on a monopoly board?

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According to ‘The Northampton Property Blog’

This blog follows the property market in Northampton. You’ll find guidance and analysis that relates specifically to the property market in Northampton.

With reference to a monopoly board it states:

Initially, I have focused on the NN1 postcode only, looking at the Brown Squares on the board, the ‘new’ Old Kent Road in Northampton today would be Upper Cross Street, with an average value £53,600 (per property) and Whitechapel Road would be Lower Harding Street, which would be worth £76,100. What about the posh dark blue squares of Park Lane and Mayfair? Again, looking at NN1, Park Lane would be those nice modern properties on Tanfield Lane (just off Rushmere Road) at £328,100 and Mayfair would be Christchurch Road at £395,600. However, look a little further afield from the NN1 postcode, and such roads as Boughton Park in Boughton would claim the Mayfair card at £927,100

Link to the article

http://northamptonproperty.blogspot.co.uk/2015/12/northampton-house-price-monopoly-how-do.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed:+TheNorthamptonPropertyBlog+(The+Northampton+Property+Blog)

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