Fine din­ing means pre­mium prices

Yorkshire Post - Property - - FRONT PAGE -

THERE’S a link be­tween Miche­lin-starred restau­rants and house prices, ac­cord­ing to Primelo­ca­tion.com.

On av­er­age, prices in ar­eas with a Miche­lin-starred res­tau­rant are 42 per cent more than the re­gional av­er­age. The high­est is As­cot in Berk­shire, home to Coworth Park, where prop­erty val­ues are 146 per cent higher than the re­gional av­er­age. Pate­ley Bridge in North York­shire has the great­est res­tau­rant pre­mium of any north­ern town, with the Yorke Arms at nearby Rams­gill ap­par­ently help­ing push up house prices to 137 per cent more than the York­shire av­er­age. The Box Tree seems to have added to Ilk­ley’s de­sir­abil­ity. The town’s house prices are 105 per cent above the av­er­age.

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