How much did homes sell for in your area of Norfolk in July?

Repair work gets underway to the North side of Cromer Parish Church's clock face. Pictured is Jack H

Repair work gets underway to the North side of Cromer Parish Church's clock face. Pictured is Jack Haward, 27 from Stowmarket working for Smith of Derby, removing the hour hand. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Explore our interactive map to find out how much homes across Norfolk sold for in July.

We've mapped data from the Land Registry Office to give a snapshot of the Norfolk property market in July. There were 611 transactions in total, according to the data.

The darker the colour, the more expensive the home was.

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 year-on-year.


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