Blackpool & The Fylde

Location & Lifestyle

The Fylde Coast has a huge amount to offer with its rural countryside, country pubs and its colourful village greens, not to mention the miles of coastline.

Within the local area you’ll find a wide range of theatres, visitor attractions, parks and open spaces, the Golden Mile and illuminations (Autumn). The Fylde is a golfers’ paradise with renowned courses such as Royal Lytham and St Annes, which has hosted the British Open on numerous occasions. You can relax in a choice of tea shops, cafes, stylish restaurants and award winning hotels.

The area is also host to an annual music festival on Lytham Green, attracting some of music’s biggest artists. Slightly further up the coast is Blackpool, the UK’s largest holiday resort, which is currently set to receive a £300 million investment to aid with construction of the UK’s largest outdoor theatre and entertainment area within the UK. The resort also boasts the Pleasure Beach and other famous attractions.

The Fylde Coast has seen an increase in demand, due to the effect of the pandemic. Purchasers are now looking for property close to natural open space, of which the Fylde Coast has an abundance of outstanding beaches, sand dunes, parks and golf courses.

The Fylde Coast

Living beside the seaside creates all kinds of amazing opportunities and experiences for both residents and visiting tourists. It is a varied and interesting lifestyle with something to always see and do. Why wouldn’t you want to live here!

The Fylde area has been recognised as one of ‘The Best Places to Live’ by the Sunday Times guide, with Fylde and Wyre being comprised of many quaint towns and villages. Its historic streets are full of many fashionable independent shops, restaurants, and public houses.

So, let’s delve into some of the area’s best hidden gems in a little more detail.

Big, bright, and bold Blackpool is by far the best-known place on the Fylde Coast, known as the nation’s favourite seaside resort.

Blackpool is surrounded by miles of golden sand, enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. Taking a dip in the sea, bask in the sunshine, walking the dog along the beach and enjoying a picnic on the sand dunes, are just some of the wonderful things to do living on the Fylde Coast.

It isn’t uncommon to see dolphins at certain times of the year either!

In May this year, all the stunning Blackpool Beaches – Blackpool South, Blackpool Central, Blackpool North and Bispham were voted Winner of The Seaside Awards 2021, announced by Keep Britain Tidy. Due to their high standards of beach management, as well as their nearby facilities and water quality.


REGION Average Price June 2021 Annual change % since June 2020 Monthly change % since May 2021
LONDON £510,299 6.3 2.5
SOUTH EAST £355,948 10.5 2.7
EAST OF ENGLAND £327,017 12.1 4.5
SOUTH WEST £294,906 13.7 5.5
EAST MIDLANDS £226,846 14.3 5.1
WEST MIDLANDS £231,429 15 5.7
NORTH EAST £149,521 15.3 5.9
NORTH WEST £200,222 18.6 6.8
YORKSHIRE & THE HUMBER £194,518 15.8 7.1