What were the most expensive houses sold in 2020?

Grand house with castellated tower

Hill House, Bramerton, one of the most expensive private homes sold in Norfolk in 2020. - Credit: Sowerbys

As house prices reached a record high recently, what were the top homes sold in Norfolk in 2020? 

Unsurprisingly, the majority of the highest prices paid for properties which were not a country estate, farm or business, were located in north Norfolk.

The most expensive home was Flint House, High Street, Thornham which sold privately for £2.28m in August.

But another property in the same location, Tanglewood, High Street, Thornham also ranks in the top of the million pound plus homes sold.

Others include Hill House, Bramerton, an impressive Victorian home with its own castellated tower.


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It was once the home of a  city coroner, William Wilde who died, aged 76, in 1866.

The house, which went on the market in November 2018 for £2.5m has marvellous views over the Yare valley and is situated in a private location.

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One house in the centre of Norwich is also in the list of most expensive.

A property, 14, Christchurch Road, in the Golden Triangle, fetched £1.65m.

The list of most expensive homes sold is from Land Registry data.

Here is the list:

Flint House, Thornham: £2.28m

Hill House, Bramerton: £1.9m

14, Christchurch Road, Norwich: £1.65m

The Grange, Church Road, Wood Norton: £1.65m

The Old Rectory, North Barsham: £1.65m

Bishop Ingle House, Clubbs Lane, Wells-next-the-Sea: £1.62m

Tanglewood, High Street, Thornham: £1.41m

pale pink country house with big garden

Bishop Ingle House, Wells-next-the-sea. This house sold in December 2019 but is listed in the transations for Land Registry data for 2020. - Credit: Savills

House prices reached a record high of £245,000 on average as buyers race to complete transactions ahead of the stamp duty holiday on March 31, 2021. Properties in Norfolk had an overall average price of £258,526 over the last year and property prices rose by 5.4pc, up from a 4.3pc increase in the year to September, figures from the Office for National Statistics show. 

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