£1.4m Golden Triangle house most expensive home sold in city
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A six-bedroom home in the Golden Triangle topped the list of the most expensive homes sold in the city this summer.
A property in Unthank Road sold for more than £1.4m and was the most expensive house sold in Norwich in August according to the latest figures from the Land Registry.
The house was built in 1894 for a prominent Norfolk joinery and includes a number of Victorian features such as an octagonal turret and stained glass windows.
The property, which is also known as Steeple Court, has six bedrooms, five bathrooms and a large conservatory.
It also has a tree house cabin in the garden.
The second most expensive property sold was just a short walk away in Church Avenue off Mile End Road.
The home, which has four bedrooms and spacious living areas, sold for £1.2m.
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Its finely landscaped gardens offer plenty of space for children to play and there is also a double garage attached to the property.
Despite its prime location the home sold for £50,000 less than the asking price.
The third most expensive property lies just on the outskirts of Norwich in the village of Postwick and sold for £850,000.
The least expensive property sold in the month of August in the city was a flat in Geoffrey Watling Way near the Carrow Road stadium. It sold for £110,000.
The most expensive homes sold in Norwich in August 2021
1. Unthank Road, Norwich - £1,435,000
2. Church Avenue, Norwich - £1,200,000
3. Cullings Hill, Postwick - £760,000
4. The Ridings, Poringland - £590,000
5. Kingston Square, Norwich - £540,000
6. The Willows, Church Road, Norwich - £475,000
7. St Edmunds Wharf, Norwich - £450,000
8. Pigg Lane, Norwich - £425,000
9. Magdalen Street, Norwich - £340,000
10. Clovelly Drive, Norwich - £325,000