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Revealed: The latest house prices for your area of Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 11:52 12 April 2018 | UPDATED: 11:52 12 April 2018

An estate agent's 'Sold' sign outside a property.  Photo: Chris Ison/PA Wire

An estate agent's 'Sold' sign outside a property. Photo: Chris Ison/PA Wire

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We’ve mapped the latest price paid data from the Land Registry Office to give a snapshot of the Norfolk property market.

The most recent figures shown are taken from February 2018 when more than 400 properties were sold across the county.

The cheapest property sold in February was a chalet at Sundowner Holiday Park in Hemsby that cost £10,000.

In comparison, the most expensive was The Old Vicarage on Horning Road in Hoveton, which was purchased for £1,125,000.

Built in 1881, the former vicarage boasted seven bedrooms, a garage, workshop and extensive gardens and grounds.

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Explore our interactive map to find out how much homes in your part of Norfolk sold for.

Properties on the map are marked in six different categories £0-£100,000, £100,000-£200,000, £300,000-£400,000. £400-000-£500,000 and £500,000 and over.

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