There’s been a huge rise in the cost of three-bedroom homes in Jersey.
Latest official figures show the average in quarter 2 of 2019 was £664,000, a rise of £59,000 on the first three months of the year.
Overall the “mix-adjusted” price of an average home in the island, which includes flats and houses, is now £512,000.
There were a total of 487 property transactions between April and June this year, up from 408 in the same three months of last year.
The average two-bed flat now costs £384,000, a four-bed home £979,000.
Both three and four-bed homes prices are now the highest on record, with three-bed homes rising in average price by 10% between the first and second three months of 2019.
The most recent figures for Guernsey show an average home costs £428,000, while the comparable UK figure is £229,000.