The Most Expensive Places to Live in NN13

Curious to know what it will cost you to live in one of NN13’s most prestigious homes? Here is my list of the top 5 most expensive places to live locally.

1. Turweston – Average price of £1,392,625

This beautiful village runs beside the Great River Ouse and with an obundance of character cottages, country houses and manor houses it’s easy to see why this is most expensive place to live in NN13.

The average price for property in Turweston stood at £1,392,625 in April 2020. The most expensive sale recorded in recent times is £2,250,000 in September 2006 for Turweston House. However, according to their website Strutt Parker have recently agreed a sale, the listed guide price was £4,250,000.

This quintessential English country house dates back to 1732, is set amongst 45 acres and accommodation includes swimming pool, tennis courts and cinema room.

2. Evenley – Average price of £1,068,998

This picturesque village is one of my personal favourite local spots and not just because there is a beautiful pub serving both delicious food and a variety of ales. If you’ve not been, The Red Lion is comes highly recommended, whether it be during the summer having a beer in the sun drenched garden or during the winter months enjoying a Sunday Roast next to the roaring open fire.

The village green is at the heart of the community and a centre piece of villagers life, it claims to boast one of the finest cricket wickets in the county.

The average price for property in Evenley stood at £1,068,998 in April 2020. The most expensive house to sell within recent times was a property situated on Broad Lane which sold for £1.7 million in September 2011.

Evenley

3. Church Lane, Croughton – Average Price £993,312

In at number 3 is this exclusive Lane based in the village of Croughton or what I like to refer to as “Millionaire’s Row”.

The average price for property in Church Lane stood at £993,312 in April 2020. This is a rise of 0.23% in the last three months (since January 2020) and rise of 1.12% since 12 months ago. One of these exclusive homes sold for £1,035,000 in September 2019.

Croughton

4. SteaneAverage Price £928,385

This medieval village that hosts the stunning Steane Park Gardens occupies a top 5 spot. The stunning Steane Park Gardens holds regular open days throughout the year and is a hit with all the family.

The average price for property in Steane stood at £928,385 in April 2020. There are very few sales recorded for this village and you can’t blame the local residents for not wanting to move from such a beautiful setting. The most costly sale recorded in recent times is for £670,000 in April 2006, the same property is now estimated to be worth up to £1.26 million.

Steane

5. Church End, SyreshamAverage Price £889,195

Giving Church Lane in Croughton a run for it’s money is Syresham very own Millionaire’s row where the average price for property in Church End stood at £889,195 in April 2020.

There are no recent recorded sales for Church End, the closest was in nearby Broad Street, Syresham which had a sale recorded for £835,000 in February 2015.

Syresham

Thank you for reading my latest blog, if you have any questions or would like some professional, friendly mortgage advice then feel free to get in touch.

Thomas Honour

Thomas Honour

Business Owner & Principal Mortgage Advisor

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