How much a house would cost you in nine of Britain's beautiful national parks

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The frozen 'Stickle Tarn' in the Lake District (Picture: Getty)

Homes in Britain’s national parks may benefit from a scenic setting – but they come at a price.

A property in one of those sought after areas attracts a 21 per cent price premium, according to Nationwide, which has released this list of the priciest national parks in which to buy a home...

1 South Downs - £351,000 (avg)


2 New Forest - £346,000

3 Lake District - £251,000

4 Peak District - £237,000

5 Dartmoor - £214,000


6 Brecon Beacons - £200,000

7 Cairngorms - £190,000


8 Loch Lomond and the Trossachs - £171,000

9 Snowdonia - £138,000

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