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.
5. Hyde Park + 20.6
Hyde Park saw a price rise of 20.6 per cent. Average house prices are now £174,938. Mr Manning said: “Another hot-bed of investor activity for sure. We have seen the migration of students here who want to be closer to the university and, as such, Hyde Park remains the place to invest in student property. As investors compete, the yield requirements fall and prices go up.”
6. Woodlesford and Oulton + 17.4%
Woodlesford and Oulton saw a price rise of 17.4 per cent. Average house prices are now £257,130. Mr Manning said: “These locations offer the whole package. Good quality housing stock, great schools, access to key transport links, as well as some great local destinations, including the picturesque canal and Oulton Hall. And compared with some other areas north of the city, these areas still provide great value properties for young and aspiring families.”
7. Moor Allerton + 16.1%
Moor Allerton saw a price rise of 16.1 per cent. Average house prices are now £225,665. Mr Manning said: “Moor Allerton is a location that is dominated by ex-local authority housing that boast generous proportions and good-sized gardens, and it also sits within the direct catchment for some very highly regarded schools. This mix provides the perfect recipe for big price growth, and we’re seeing more young families buying in this popular north Leeds location.”
8. Guiseley + 15.1%
Guiseley East and South saw a price rise of 15.1 per cent. Average house prices are now £269,576. Mr Manning said: "Guiseley sits at the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, and has a great town centre with well-established shops and retail parks, as well as a train station that provides direct access into the centre of Leeds is as little as 14 minutes. You can also be on Ilkley Moor in about the same. The area also boasts some highly-regarded schools and new housing developments, which are always a pull for young families and push up prices.”