REVEALED: Most expensive properties in North Herts, Stevenage and Central Beds SG postcodes in 2017

PUBLISHED: 12:46 05 February 2018 | UPDATED: 15:53 05 February 2018

New Land Registry data has shown what prices were paid for property during 2017. File photo. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

New Land Registry data has shown what prices were paid for property during 2017. File photo. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto


An 18th-century manor house was the most expensive residential property sold in North Hertfordshire during 2017, according to new Land Registry data.

The new data shows that Manor House, in Old Knebworth’s Park Lane, cost £3.6 million when it was sold last year – almost four times as much as the most expensive residential property in neighbouring Stevenage.

Across the border in Bedfordshire, the most expensive price paid for property in the SG postcodes was the £1.65 million forked out for 20 Ampthill Road in Shefford.

In North Hertfordshire district, the top 10 most expensive properties of 2017 were:

1. Manor House, Park Lane, Knebworth – £3,600,000

2. 19 North Star Court, Old North Road, Royston – £3,335,944

3. Fox Hall, Kelshall, Royston – £2,250,000

4. Longwood, Willian Road, Hitchin – £2,000,000

5/6. 7 Danesbury Lane, Welwyn, and Manor Farm House, Wymondley Road, Willian – both £1,750,000

7. Glebe House, Hoo Park, Whitwell – £1,650,000

8. Dower House, Hitchin Road, Preston – £1,600,000

9. Silver Birches, Danesbury Park Road, Welwyn – £1,567,000

10. 27 Blackmore Way, Wheathampstead – £1,510,000

For Stevenage, the most expensive properties were:

1. 5 High Street – £935,000

2. 36 Rectory Lane – £930,000

3. 8 Bragbury Lane – £707,500

4. 2 Nicholas Place – £700,000

5. 130 Fairview Road – £687,500

6. 130 Chancellors Road – £665,850

7. 4 Fishers Green – £650,000

8. 7 Turner Close – £640,000

9/10. 10 The Brambles and 8 Whitney Drive – both £625,000

In Central Bedfordshire’s SG postcodes, the top 10 were:

1. 20 Ampthill Road, Shefford – £1,650,000

2. The Grange, Grange Street, Clifton – £1,150,000

3. Furzenhall Farm, Furzenhall Road, Biggleswade – £1,100,000

4. 10 Gardeners Lane, Henlow – £1,005,000

5. 29 Bedford Road, Northill – £925,000

6. Brookford House, 9 Brook End, Hatch – £920,000

7. 4 High Street, Meppershall – £900,000

8. 10 The Hollies, Shefford – £885,000

9. Sunnymead, Potton Road, Everton – £830,000

10. 7 Randalls Close, Wrestlingworth – £800,000

Commercial sites have been excluded from the above.

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