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Revealed: The latest house prices for your area of Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 15:05 06 December 2017 | UPDATED: 17:23 06 December 2017

A sold sign outside a house. Photo: Chris Ison/PA Wire

A sold sign outside a house. Photo: Chris Ison/PA Wire

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We’ve mapped the latest price paid data from the Land Registry Office to give a snapshot of the Norfolk property market.

The most recent figures shown are taken from October 2017 when more than 500 properties were sold across the county.

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A flat in Picturehouse Court on Norwich’s Dereham Road was the cheapest property sold that month. It was purchased for £41,937.

In comparison the most expensive was 72 Morston Road, a five-bedroom detached house in Blakeney which cost £1,325,000.

Explore our interactive map to find out how much homes across your part of Norfolk sold for.

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Properties on the map are marked in six different categories £0-£100,000, £100,000-£200,000, £300,000-£400,000, £400,000-£500,000 and £500,00 and over.

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