What were the 10 most expensive homes sold in Norfolk?
PUBLISHED: 10:58 01 February 2019 | UPDATED: 11:27 01 February 2019
The most expensive home sold last year was an elegant Georgian house with a cottage in Brancaster which sold for an eye watering price-tag of just under £3 million.
House prices may be on the wane but not in Norfolk last year which saw the top 10 most expensive homes sold for £1.2 million or above.
The most expensive was St Mary’s House, Brancaster which sold for £2.95 million, followed by Thursford Old Hall for £2.35 million, Hautbois Hall, near Coltishall for £2.2 million, both Tudor mansions and Guist Hall, a late Georgian house for £2.25 million.
Also in the top 10 of the big spenders were; Creake House, North Creake which fetched £1.95 million, Old Hall Farm, Guestwick for £1.832.5 million, Manor Farm, Colby for £1.7million, Old Rectory, Blickling for £1.55 million, the Old Rectory, South Lopham for £1.335 million and The Rectory, Ashmanhaugh for £1.2 million.
Hautbois Hall is a popular wedding venue and was featured in the EDP early last year.
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This top 10 does not include residential properties with substantial businesses or land attached and is based on Land Registry figures just published.