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

St Andrews House, Overy Road, Burnham Market. Photo from Jackson-Stops & Staff

St Andrews House, Overy Road, Burnham Market. Photo from Jackson-Stops & Staff - Credit: Jackson-Stops & Staff

The festive season appears to have taken its toll on the Norfolk property market in November, with only one home in the top ten selling for over £750,000, a striking comparison to the seven that sold for more than this in the previous month. Courtney Pochin takes a closer look.

According to the latest Land Registry data, the most expensive home sold in Norfolk in November was St Andrews House, a four-bedroom property on Overy Road in Burnham Market which was bought for £1,119,001.

The house, 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.

Second most expensive for the month was a late 19th century, Grade II listed townhouse located in the sought after residential area of Cotman Road, which was snapped up for £740,000.

St Andrews House, Overy Road, Burnham Market. Photo from Jackson-Stops & Staff

St Andrews House, Overy Road, Burnham Market. Photo from Jackson-Stops & Staff - Credit: Jackson-Stops & Staff

The stunning property was marketed by Savills estate agents and boasts a Belvedere Tower, high ceilings, period features, double garage, a brand new kitchen and electric gates.

Other features include a drawing room, kitchen/dining room, under floor heating, a pair of electric gates, long brick paved driveway, a terrace with greenhouse and an outdoor seating area leading to a formal garden.

At the other end of the list, the ninth property was 74 Lower Street in Horning, a four-bedroom, detached house which has been generously extended and fully renovated to give it an open and airy feel.

Exterior shot of 2 Cotman Road. Photo supplied by Savills.

Exterior shot of 2 Cotman Road. Photo supplied by Savills. - Credit: Savills

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The waterside home, which has been used as a successful holiday let, was purchased for £580,000 and contains a games room, large balcony with river views, en-suite bathroom, shower room as well as a 50ft long mooring dock.

Property number 10 is a contemporary, sustainable home located in Drayton which was marketed by Savills. The four-bedroom house offers various eco-features, two bathrooms, two reception rooms, modern Bosch appliances and the large open plan sitting room boasts a Contura woodburner.

All of the top ten sold for more than £500,000, however the prices were significantly lower than the ones for the most expensive homes sold in October.

Exterior shot of 1 Littlewood in Drayton. Photo supplied by Savills

Exterior shot of 1 Littlewood in Drayton. Photo supplied by Savills - Credit: Savills

A total of 588 properties were sold throughout November in Norfolk, with the cheapest being a chalet in Great Yarmouth which sold for £13,500.

• Find out how much properties in your part of Norfolk sold for here.