The most expensive house sold in Coventry last year had a price tag of £1.2million.
Prices listed by the Land Registry have revealed the highest priced homes sold in the city.
Topping the list was a stunning detached property set in extensive landscaped gardens at 67 Kenilworth Road.
With a combined total of £8.8m, the top 10 swanky pads are in some of the city’s most desirable areas.
The full top 10 list:
67 Kenilworth Road: £1,200,000 on December 22
Abbotsvale, Cryfield Grange Road, Gibbet Hill: £1,100,000 on May 22
75 Kenilworth Road: £931,000 on September 21
40A Kenilworth Road: £900,000 on April 9
Silver Birches, Pickford Grange Lane, Allesley: £812,500 on November 6
1 Little Cryfield, Gibbet Hill: £810,000 on August 7
108 Kenilworth Road: £800,000 on October 29
1A Gibbet Hill Road: £793,000 on May 22
37 Warwick Avenue, Earlsdon: £786,000 on June 5
8 Southleigh Avenue, Earlsdon: £765,000 on May 22
But they pale into comparison with the most expensive house sold in the whole of England and Wales last year.
That title went to 83 Addison Road in Kensington and Chelsea, which sold for an eye-watering £30million.
According to the Land Registry, a total of 813,473 residential sales were registered in 2015.
Across England and Wales, there were 13,149 £1m+ sales, including 2,421 at £2m-plus.
There were 11.3 per cent fewer sales in 2015, compared to the 916,651 in 2014, although some sales from later in December 3015 may still need to be registered.
The number of £1m+ sales were down nine per cent from 14,443 in 2014, while sales at £2m-plus were down nearly a quarter (23.2 per cent) from 3,152.
The Land Registry lists the price paid for every property bought at market value by non-commercial buyers, so auction sales and property bought through companies is excluded.
It may take several weeks for sales to be registered after completion so some sales from later in December may not be listed yet.
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