So would you believe that the highest value sale in Warwickshire in November was in…
…Thanks to the Coventry Evening Telegraph for this article that was posted online yesterday. The most expensive house sold in Coventry in November went for £760,000, and was one of three that sold for over half a million. But Warwickshire’s most expensive property sale significantly eclipses this – selling for nearly double the price.
A detached house, it sold on November 5. This was followed by 1 Stoneleigh Road, another detached house, which sold for £650,000.
The third and final property to sell for over £500,000 in the city was 358 Broad Lane, which sold for £615,000.
Rounding off the top five for Coventry was 7 Spencer Avenue, and 34 Frobsher Road, which sold for £470,000 and £452,000 respectively.
What about Warwickshire?
Though The Old Rectory was top of the pops, it was not the only property sold in Warwickshire for a tidy sum. Second was 23 Priory Terrace, in Leamington Spa. A semi-detached property with views across the River Leam, it sold for £985,000. The third, 48 Warwick New Road, again in Leamington, sold for £961,000.
Meanwhile, 1 Bilton Hall sold for £870,000, and 18 The Convent in Knowle sold for £775,000.
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