Revealed: How much homes are selling for in your part of Norfolk

Homes in the Golden Triangle. Photo: Steve Adams

Homes in the Golden Triangle. Photo: Steve Adams - Credit: Steve Adams

Explore our interactive map to find out how much homes sold for in your part of Norfolk, according to the latest figures.

Our map shows where and how much homes sold for in Norfolk, using the latest data from the Land Registry Office for February 2016.

The map also offers an insight into the most expensive and cheapest areas of Norfolk to buy. Red indicates the most expensive homes and white the cheapest.

House prices in the east of England rose by 0.7pc in February, bringing the average house price to £220,188.

In Norfolk, the average house price is now £166,928. Prices were up 5.9pc annually in Norfolk in February.


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