Revealed: How much homes sold for in your part of Norfolk in November 2016
- Credit: PA
Explore our interactive map to find out how much homes sold for in your part of Norfolk, according to the latest figures.
Our updated map shows where and how much homes sold for in Norfolk, using the latest data from the Land Registry Office for November 2016.
The map also offers an insight into the most expensive and cheapest areas in which to buy, with purple indicating the most expensive homes and white the cheapest.
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Light Red: £300,000-£400,000
Dark Red : £400,000-£500,000
Purple : £500,000+
A total of 588 properties were sold throughout the month in Norfolk, with the cheapest being a chalet in Great Yarmouth which sold for £13,500.
St Andrews House, a four bedroom property on Overy Road in Burnham Market which was bought for £1,119,001 was the most expensive.
The home, marketed by Jackson-Stops & Staff, was purpose built for the previous owners in approximately 1990 in a traditional brick and chalk style. Set in a private location, St Andrews House features two en-suites, a drawing room, family room/study, kitchen, conservatory, double garage, south facing gardens and open country views.
• See the EDP's property supplement in the newspaper every Friday for hundreds of local homes for sale.