More than a score top £1m
These were the most expensive homes sold in Buckinghamshire during September
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