Revealed: The 10 most expensive homes sold in Norfolk in October

Most expensive homes sold in October: Ivybank, Cley. Photo supplied by Sowerbys.

Most expensive homes sold in October: Ivybank, Cley. Photo supplied by Sowerbys. - Credit: Sowerbys

The high end of the Norfolk property market remained strong throughout October, with a number of homes selling for over £1,000,000 and all of the top ten most expensive selling for over £630,000.

According to the latest Land Registry figures, the most expensive property sold in Norfolk in October was Ivybank, a four-bedroom coastal residence in Cley, which was snapped up for £1,215,000.

The award-winning property, nestled in Church Lane was constructed approximately eight years ago and boasts vaulted reception rooms, a hand-built kitchen, landscaped formal gardens, ornate fireplaces, under floor heating, oak decking and paved sun terraces.

Following on from this was Julers Yard, a 7-bedroom link detached house in Burnham Market, sold by Sowerbys for £1,130,000.

The unique period property contains five bedrooms in the main building, two bathrooms, large reception rooms, south facing garden and two staircases, two more bedrooms and a third bathroom are located in a separate self-contained annexe.

Most expensive homes sold in October: Julers Yard, Burnham Market. Photo supplied by Sowerbys

Most expensive homes sold in October: Julers Yard, Burnham Market. Photo supplied by Sowerbys - Credit: Sowerbys


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Whitegate Farm in Fleggburgh was the fifth most expensive home on the list, but is perhaps one of the more interesting properties that was sold in the month.

The original property dates back to 1987 and occupies the site of a former cottage/farm, while the west wing was added in 1996, at which point the entire roof was re-modelled by an architect.

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The new addition to the home features a drawing room, dining room with wine cellar below, master bedroom, guest bedroom as well as a games room and study, while within the original part of the house lies a main reception hall, hand-built kitchen with granite work surfaces and modern appliances including a built-in coffee machine, family area, galleried landing and a TV room.

At the other end of the list, the tenth most expensive property sold was The Pheasantry in Garboldisham, a four-bedroom detached home sold by TW Gaze for £635,000.

Most expensive homes sold in october: Whitegate farm, Fleggburgh. Photo supplied by Savills.

Most expensive homes sold in october: Whitegate farm, Fleggburgh. Photo supplied by Savills. - Credit: Savills

Surrounded by 70 acres of woodland, the impressive house, which dates back to 1840 has stood the test of time and is complete with a boot room, dining room, large sitting room, two bathrooms, an en-suite bathroom and annexe which contains a further sitting room, bedroom and bathroom.

All of the top ten properties sold for over £600,000 making the figures substantially higher than the ones for September 2016.

The majority of homes on the list were sold in King's Lynn and West Norfolk and North Norfolk, with three sold in each of these districts, two were sold in Breckland, with one being in Great Yarmouth and one in South Norfolk.

A total of 550 properties were sold throughout the month in Norfolk, with the cheapest being a chalet in Hemsby, which was bought for £11,000.

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