With the UK lockdown forcing people to spend more time at home than ever before, additional space has proved to be invaluable.
Gardens in particular have become highly sought after, with a study by the AA finding that having some outdoor space could significantly increase the value of your home. The study assessed the average house prices of homes with and without gardens in 30 major towns and cities across the UK to see where gardens are valued the most. Listed are the 10 locations where having a garden added the largest increase to property prices.
Average house price: £208,036.93. Average house price with a garden: £226,915.52. Garden price increase: £18,878.59. Photo: Shutterstock
Average house price: £177,848.87. Average house price with a garden: £193,864.16. Garden price increase: £16,015.20. Photo: Shutterstock
7. Milton Keynes
Average house price: £253,357.18. Average house price with a garden: £276,137.79. Garden price increase: £22,780.61. Photo: Shutterstock
Average house price: £128,186.02. Average house price with a garden: £139,270.00. Garden price increase: £11,083.98. Photo: Shutterstock