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Market Insights, Writtle

Market Insights, Writtle

Writtle exhibits a distinct demographic composition, featuring a population density of 1.8 residents per hectare, below the regional average. In 2021, the community accommodated 57,922 residents, reflecting a substantial 22.3% population increase over the decade from 2011 to 2021.

Demographically, Writtle presents noteworthy features, with 12.8% of its population falling within the 35 to 44 age range, below the regional average. Housing dynamics contribute to this uniqueness, with 26.5% of households consisting of single occupants, while 39.6% accommodate families with children.

Economically, the most predominant industry of employment in Writtle is public administration, education, and health, constituting 27.2% of the working-age population. This underscores the community’s strategic emphasis on sectors integral for public welfare and civic services.

In summary, Writtle distinguishes itself with a discernible demographic composition, characterised by lower population density, a specific age distribution, and a strategic focus on key employment sectors. These factors contribute to Writtle’s unique identity within the broader regional context.


"I love being a part of village life every day and the sense of community spirit you feel when you work in a place like Writtle."

Susie Wood, Sales Manager

Residential Sales Overview

Over the last 12 months the average sales price in Writtle was £420,130. The total value of sales was £236,372,214. 

18% of sales in the past 12 months were flats, achieving an average sales price of £199,193. Houses achieved an average price of £492,793. 

The highest value recorded by the Land Registry over the past 12 months was £385,000 for a flat and £2,995,000 for a house. 

Residential Lettings Overview

Over the last 12 months, the average rent • achieved for homes let in Writtle was £1,263 per month. This is a +5% change on the previous 12 month period.

43% of homes let in the past 12 months were flats, achieving an average rental value of £999 per month. Houses achieved an average rent of £1,500 per month.

18% of renters are aged between 30 and 34.


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