The most expensive homes sold in Norfolk in July

11:49 04 September 2015

Homes in West Norfolk dominated the upper end of Norfolk

Homes in West Norfolk dominated the upper end of Norfolk's property market in July. Photo: David Cheskin/PA Wire

Two homes in Norfolk sold for £1m or more in July, according to the latest data from the Land Registry Office.

The most expensive property to change hands in the county was a detached seven-bedroom home near Diss which sold for £1,347,500. The Hall in South Lopham came with more than six acres of land and was built by the Duke of Norfolk.

That was followed by Watlington Hall, Watlington, south of King’s Lynn which sold for £1m.

Four homes in West Norfolk sold for more than £500,000 in July, the Land Registry data shows – more than any other part of the county.

The third most expensive property to change hands was Green Barn in Holt Road, Cley, which went for £925,000.

In fourth place was Ashtree Barn in Bylaugh for £758,000, followed by Crusoes in Ludham for £735,000.

The average price of a home in Norfolk in July was £161,194 - a rise of 0.1pc on June and an increase of 5pc compared to last year.

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  • I'm just a banker's bonus away from buying one.

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