Sky’s the limit on house prices
We reveal the top ten highest priced house sales in Bucks during July
THE most expensive homes sold in Buckinghamshire in July were all in the south of the county and all topped the £1million mark.
Topping the list was a detached home in Grove Road, Beaconsfield, that sold for £4,395,000 on July 5.
Going for £2.3 million on July 21, the second most expensive sale in Buckinghamshire in July was in Bulstrode Way, Gerrards Cross.
The rest of the top ten most expensive sales in the county during July were as follows:
A detached home in Lower Road, Chalfont St Peter sold for £2,000,000 on July 13
A detached home in Ledborough Wood Beaconsfield, sold for £2,000,000 on July 8
A detached home in School Road, Penn, sold for £1,775,000 on July 1
A detached home in Orchehill Avenue, Ger- rards Cross, sold for £1,680,000 on July 21
A detached cottage in Parmoor, Frieth, sold for £1,500,000 on July 5
A detached house in Denham Lane, Chalfont St Peter, sold for £1,300,000 on July 7
A terraced cottage in Coleshill near Amersham, sold for £1,275,000 on July 12
A detached home in Cadsden Road, Princes Risborough sold for £1,235,000 on July 25.
The least expensive property sold in July in the county was a flat in Willow Road, Aylesbury, which sold for £105,000 on July 15.
According to the Land Registry, 31,530 residential sales have been registered from June 2016, up from 28,211 in June.
Across England and Wales, there were 581 £1m+ sales, including 118 at £2m+, up from 442 and 69 respectively in June.
The Land Registry lists the price paid for every property bought at market value.
The data also includes sales under a power of sale/repossessions, buyto-lets (where they can be identified by a mortgage) and transfers to non-private individuals. It may take several weeks for sales to be registered after completion so some sales from later in October may not be listed yet.