Growth in UK house prices has continued to slow, but the cost of the average home still increased by 4.7% in the year to May 2017.
Figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) show a drop from the 5.3% rise in the year to April.
But the average UK house price was still £10,000 higher in May than the same month last year at £221,000.
The main contribution to the rise in house prices came from England, where prices jumped by 5%.
The average price of a house in England is now £238,000, while a property in Wales costs £150,000 after an increase in prices of 3.8% over the past 12 months.
The average house in Scotland costs £143,000 – after a 3.5% rise in prices over the year, while the price of a Northern Ireland home stands at £124,000 after a 4.3% rise for the year to March.