More than a score top £1m

These were the most ex­pen­sive homes sold in Buck­ing­hamshire dur­ing Septem­ber

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - NEWS - by Claire Miller buck­snews@trin­i­tysouth.co.uk

MORE than 20 homes in Buck­ing­hamshire sold for more than £1m in Septem­ber, ac­cord­ing to the Land reg­istry.

Top­ping the 22 homes in the most-ex­pen­sive list in Bucks was Thames House at Mar­low Lock, Mar­low, which changed hands for a cool £1,999,500 on Septem­ber 23.

Other homes in South Bucks and Chilterns that topped the price chart in Septem­ber were Old Tile House in Layters Way, Ger­rards Cross that sold for £1,950,000 on Septem­ber 2; 4 Clifton Road in Amer­sham which sold for £1,804,000 on Septem­ber 19; 18 West­field Road in Bea­cons­field that sold for £1,800,000 on Septem­ber 8; 23 Lock Road, Mar­low, that sold for £1,660,000 on Septem­ber 5, Win­scombe in Ethorpe Close, Ger­rards Cross that sold for £1,550,000 of Septem­ber 2, 10 Burkes Road, Bea­cons­field that sold for £1,510,000 on Septem­ber 13 and Bloomfield in Coleshill Lane, Winch­more Hill that sold for £1,495,000 on Septem­ber 5

Only one of the least ex­pen­sive homes sold in the county in septem­ber was in South Bucks or Chiltern – a flat in Groves Way, Che­sham that sold for £161,250.

Ac­cord­ing to the Land Reg­istry, 30,867 res­i­den­tial sales have been reg­is­tered from Septem­ber 2016, down from 31,600 in Au­gust. Across Eng­land and Wales, there were 552 £1m+ sales, in­clud­ing 89 at £2m+, com­pared to 552 and 101 re­spec­tively in Au­gust.

The most ex­pen­sive res­i­den­tial sale in Septem­ber was of a semide­tached prop­erty in the Lon­don Bor­ough of Kens­ing­ton & Chelsea for £10,915,000.

The cheap­est was of a flat in Liver­pool for £12,000.

Hot prop­erty: Amer­sham, Bea­cons­field and Ger­rards Cross fea­ture promi­nently in the list of the most ex­pen­sive prop­er­ties sold in the county dur­ing Septem­ber

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