Average house in England saw a four per cent house price growth recorded in the March UK House Index.
However, Yorkshire outperformed the rest of England, with annual prices up by 5.3 per cent.
Some suburbs saw a price rise of more than 30 per cent.
Prices are based on figures published by the Office of National Statistics.
1. Oakwood + 31.7%
Oakwood saw a price rise of 31.7 per cent. Average house prices are now £323,527. Mr Manning said: "First Roundhay, then Chapel Allerton and now Oakwood. This suburb has become the new ‘go to’ destination for people searching out a cosmopolitan life, thanks to its great street-side cafes, trendy restaurants, high-end salons and highly-regarded local schools. Plus, let’s not forget it’s also on the doorstep of Roundhay park with its beautiful rolling parkland, lakes and woodland too. All these factors have resulted in a large influx of buyers which has pushed prices up.”
2. Beeston + 30.1%
Beeston Hill saw a price rise of 30.1 per cent. Average house prices are now £112,059. Beeston East saw a price rise of 15.5 per cent. Average house prices in the area are £136,251. Mr Manning said: “This is an area that has seen a huge influx of buyers who fit into two distinct groups. First-time-buyers who love the affordable prices in the area, as well as its connectivity to the city, but in recent times investors have also returned in their droves, with plenty of southern-based landlords searching out the high returns often achieved in this location.”
3. Pudsey +22.5%
Pudsey North East saw a price rise of 22.5 per cent. Average house prices are now £199,253. New Pudsey saw a price rise of 17.4 per cent. Average house prices in the area are now £215,910. Mr Manning said: "Pudsey has always been a hotbed of activity, but in recent times this traditional market town has risen in stature even more. It boasts a great town centre with lots of new bars, restaurants and even a wine and cheese emporium. The area also benefits from great connectivity to Leeds city centre thanks to New Pudsey Train Station, and people who live in the suburb generally just think it’s a great place to call home. All these factors have helped push prices up.”
4. Belle Isle + 21.1%
Belle Isle North saw a price rise of 21.1 per cent. Average house prices are now £127,523. Mr Manning said: “Belle Isle is an interesting one. It’s an area that has a high percentage of ex-local authority properties, now complemented by the well-established developments at New Forest and Heritage Village. What this area offers is good-sized family homes with generously-sized gardens at affordable prices."