Revealed: The ten most expensive homes sold in Norfolk in January
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The most expensive home sold in Norfolk in January was a six bedroom property called The White House. Located on Spixworth Road in Old Catton, the home sold for £1,000,000.
The White House, first built in 1742, sits within its own private grounds and boasts a Georgian wing, six bedrooms, six bathrooms and four reception rooms, including a games room.
The fully restored property, which is located in a conservation area in North Norwich, has within its grounds a former coach house, complete with planning permission for conversion into an annexe.
Following closely behind this, the second most expensive house sold in January, according to the data from the Land Registry, was The Old Rectory at 18 The Street, Belaugh, which was snapped up for £895,000. This five bedroom property comes with quay headed river garden mooring and an outbuilding that has been renovated into a studio/workshop.
A detached three bedroom home in Water Works Lane, Horning snagged third place after it was sold for £800,000.
This property boasts a six acre plot, extensive frontage to the River Bure and its own mooring dock.
The tenth most expensive home on the list, The Pastures in Deopham, sold for £453,000 less than the top selling property of this month.
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The latest figures show that all of the top ten properties sold in Norfolk in January were bought for over £500,000, matching the numbers for those sold in December 2015.
The majority of these homes were sold within South Norfolk, with three selling in Wymondham and one in Norton Subcourse. Another three of the ten were sold in North Norfolk, two were located in the Broadlands and one in Norwich.
Norfolk house prices rose by 5.7pc year-on-year in January, according to the Land Registry data.
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