In the North East region, the average house price was £463,592, representing a 2.53% annual change. The premium price threshold in the North East is £350,000, which means the top 5% of sales were above this figure. Over the last 12 months, the average price per square foot has been around £240. The total value of sales over the past year has been £721m with 28 sales at or over £1 million.
While some areas in the North East have seen a decrease in the average property price, others have performed extremely well. The average price in Newcastle and Washington has increased significantly, by 8%, followed closely by Stockton-On-Tees, which increased by 7%.
The highest premium threshold in the North East is in Newcastle at £400,000, with Durham not far behind at £391,000.
This five-bedroom family home, set back from a quiet road on the south side of the nearby river, stands on half an acre of grounds and enjoys picturesque views towards Bowes Museum. The property has been extended to include a generous open-plan kitchen, family and garden room, and is beautifully presented with fresh, neutral décor throughout.
This contemporary, executive residence is conveniently located to the north-east of the city of Newcastle and within 1.5 miles of the popular and highly regarded coastal town of Tynemouth. Built in a Georgian style, with brick elevations, stone headers and an arched canopy over the front entrance door, this home boasts impressive accommodation throughout, including a breakfast-kitchen, lounge, games room, family room and dining room on the ground floor.
Hutton House, set in east Durham, was formerly the rectory to the adjacent parish church. The Grade II Listed, historic building, dating back to 1824, was created for the Reverend Thomas Slater, but has since been a family home for many years. With approximately 11 acres of land, this magnificent Georgian home is ideal for a family with equestrian interests, while a range of attractive outbuildings facing a rear courtyard could be developed as holiday lets with the necessary planning permission.
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