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10 most expensive houses sold in and around Diss

PUBLISHED: 12:09 11 September 2018 | UPDATED: 16:44 12 September 2018

10 houses changed hands for more than half a million in and around Diss. Picture: Getty

10 houses changed hands for more than half a million in and around Diss. Picture: Getty

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We all suffer from a bit of property envy now and again; a historic house or cottage with charming garden that we’d love to live in.

Brick Barn in Shelfanger, 60 Mount Street in Diss, Ashleigh House and 15 Walcot Road. Pictures: TW Gaze/GoogleBrick Barn in Shelfanger, 60 Mount Street in Diss, Ashleigh House and 15 Walcot Road. Pictures: TW Gaze/Google

Some people get to live the dream. And here are the 10 most expensive houses bought and sold in and around Diss in the last two years.

From modern barn conversions to stately listed town houses, they range in styles but all fetched over half a million pounds.

Who lives in a house like this?

Brick Barn, Lodge Farm, Lodge Lane, Shelfanger

Newly converted barn with contemporary interiors including four bedrooms and triple bay cart lodge and workshop set in an acre sold in September 2017 for £765,595.

60 Mount Street, Diss

Grade II listed nine-bedroom town house dating to late 18th century with earlier core and attic that was sold in February 2017 for £750,000.

Woolsey Bridge Farm, Burston Road, Diss

Four-bedroom detached farm house dating from 1650 with a stable block annex and three-acres sold in April 2018 for £745,000.

Hazel Farm, Lodge Lane, Bressingham

Five-bedroom Victorian farm house set in five acres including its own copse and wildlife areas bought in December 2016 for £700,000.

Ashleigh House, The Heywood, Diss

Imposing five-bedroom house with a Tuscan inspired sitting room and library and wonderful gardens extending over two acres sold for £650,000 in March 2017.

Street Farm, Rectory Road, Shelfanger

A fine old five-bed farmhouse with a self contained single storey annexe and charming landscaped gardens that sold in August 2017 for £580,000.

Rugby Cottage, Mill Green, Burston

Period five-bedroom house with 15th century origins and original features and some modern additions changed hands in July 2017 for £542,000.

6 Talbots Meadow, Stuston

Five-bedroom pink cottage tucked away on the edge of the village green and boasting charming garden, this sold for £532,500 in December 2017.

Autumn House, Crossing Road, Palgrave

Modern detached family house with five-bedroom and in a very popular village location sold for £500,000 in November 2017.

15 Walcot Road, Diss

Four-bedroom detached house boasting swish modern interiors and a kitchen-diner with Cupola Style roof that was bought in May 2017 for £500,000.

House price data produced by Land Registry

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