The ten most expensive homes sold in Norfolk in August
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A four-bedroom house has sold for £1.85 million in north Norfolk, making it the most expensive property to change hands in August in the county, according to the latest data.
The refurbished 18th Century former rectory in Alby was sold with almost six acres of land.
It was one of 14 homes sold in August in Norfolk for more than £500,000.
A total of 500 homes changed hands in the county in August, down from 611 in July.
The second most expensive home sold was a £1 million house at Millers Way, Burnham Market.
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House prices in Norfolk were up 5.4 per cent year on year, according to the Land Registry data.
•Click here to see how much houses sold for in your area of Norfolk in August.
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