13 most expensive homes sold in Portsmouth in 2019

THE most expensive homes sold in the city in 2019 have been revealed.

Thursday, 6th February 2020, 10:32 am
Updated Thursday, 6th February 2020, 1:49 pm

HM Land Registry tracks the ownership of properties up and down the country, including in Portsmouth.

When a property is sold this is registered on the department’s database.

For this article we have focused on residential properties sold in Portsmouth last year.

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These are the most expensive homes sold in Portsmouth last year. Picture: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

According to HM Land Registry’s records for last year, these were the homes that were sold for the highest prices in 2019:

25 Auckland Road East, Southsea

This home was the most expensive one sold in 2019. A buyer spent £1,200,000 on it in November 2019 according to HM Land Registry’s records.

14 St Helens Parade, Southsea

This home was sold for £1,100,000 in March 2019 according to HM Land Registry’s records.

Periscope House, Old Portsmouth

Located in West Street, this home was sold for £1,050,000 in June 2019 according to HM Land Registry’s records.

Annesley House, Queens Crescent, Southsea

This home was sold for £940,000 in June 2019 according to HM Land Registry’s records.

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6 Bruce Road, Southsea

This home was sold for £930,000 in August 2019 according to HM Land Registry’s records.

38 Craneswater Park, Southsea

This home was sold for £925,000 in October according to HM Land Registry’s records.

9 Victoria Grove, Southsea

This home was sold for £865,000 in March 2019 according to HM Land Registry’s records.

10 Cousins Grove, Southsea

This home was sold for £865,000 in February 2019 according to HM Land Registry’s records.

16 Bruce Road, Southsea

This home was sold for £850,000 in November 2019 according to HM Land Registry’s records.

16 Hereford Road, Southsea

This home was sold for £843,000 in July 2019 according to HM Land Registry’s records.

25 Driftwood Gardens, Southsea

This home was sold for £825,000 in August 2019 according to HM Land Registry’s records.

75 Bryher Island, Port Solent

This home was sold for £810,000 in January 2019 according to HM Land Registry’s records.

Woodend, Queens Crescent, Southsea

This home was sold for £810,000 in May 2019 according to HM Land Registry’s records.

Are you surprised by any of the prices paid in the city last year? Let us know in the comments below!