Revealed: The ten most expensive homes sold in Norfolk in February

Hoveton Old Hall. Photo: Savills Norwich

Hoveton Old Hall. Photo: Savills Norwich - Credit: Archant

The most expensive home sold in Norfolk in February was Hoveton Old Hall, a seven-bedroom house located on Stone Lane. The large Ashmanhaugh house sold for £1,395,000 which is several thousand pounds less than its original asking price.

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The Grade II listed country house dates back to 1567 and has 3.7 acres of land, six reception rooms, five bathrooms and extensive cellars.

Following behind Hoveton Old Hall, the second most expensive home sold in February, according to the latest data from the Land Registry, was a sizeable 1920s church rectory on Wiveton Road in Blakeney which sold for £1,000,000.

The property boasts stunning views of Glaven Valley, six bedrooms, two utility rooms and just over one acre of wooded private grounds.

Wiveton Road, Blakeney. Photo: Arnold Keys

Wiveton Road, Blakeney. Photo: Arnold Keys - Credit: Archant

The Old Rectory, a nine bedroom detached house on High Street in Fincham was the third most expensive property, and is sold subject to contract for £65,000 less than its original guide price of £865,000.


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The Tudor-Gothic style home has been fully refurbished to a high standard but still maintains many of its original features.

Property agent, Louis de Soissons of Savills Norwich, who sold Hoveton Old Hall, said: 'Currently there is much more activity in the sale of houses with slightly lower price ranges, particularly those of around £800,000 or £700,000 and under. Anything over £1,000,000 is very price sensitive and the cost just isn't always realistic.'

The Old Rectory, Fincham. Photo: Fine and Country

The Old Rectory, Fincham. Photo: Fine and Country - Credit: Archant

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His words are clearly reflected within the top ten homes to sell in Norfolk in February with only two of the properties costing more than £800,000 and only three sold for above £700,000. The tenth most expensive home on the list was a property on Spixworth Road in Norwich, which sold for £560,000. The five bedroom detached property, sold by Brown and Co. is a Grade II listed town house complete with games room, two garages and a former butler's pantry.

The majority of February's most expensive houses were sold within King's Lynn and West Norfolk, with several others located in North Norfolk. Two of the ten properties were based in Norwich.

• See the EDP's property supplement every Friday for hundreds of local homes for sale.

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