House prices in Camden have plummeted by an average of over £9,000 in the month of November, according to figures from the Land Registry.

Camden is the third most expensive area to buy a property in the UK despite this month's dip in prices, with only Kensington and Chelsea, and City of Westminster costing more on average.

The latest data from the government department reveals that in November 2023 average house prices in Camden reached £830,349.

This was down from £839,617 in October, representing a 1.1 per cent decrease. In the last 12 months it has fallen by -1.7 per cent.

If you are interested in buying or renting a home, you can see the latest properties in and around Camden here.

How much have house prices decreased in Camden?

Breaking it down for specific types of housing, all prices saw a decrease.

  • Detached houses - Down to £3,088,833 from £3,244,932 in October
  • Semi-detached houses - Down to £2,100,006 from £2,179,547 in October
  • Terraced houses - Down to £1,389,830 from £1,422,854 in October
  • Flats - Down to £735,481 from £740,411 in October

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How do Camden house prices compare to the UK average?

Despite the fall in prices this month, Camden is still far above the UK average with a typical property value in the nations reaching £284,950 in November.

In cash terms, the average house price in November was £-6,142 lower than a year earlier with house price growth decelerating to -2.1 per cent in November 2023. Prices were down by -0.8 per cent month on month.

How much could your house be worth?

We have created this map for the London so you can see the average house price in each neighbourhood since 1995.

Sites like Zoopla can offer an estimate valuation of your house if you input your postcode into their website here.

The above map can demonstrate which areas of Camden are the most expensive for average house prices.