Revealed: Potters Bar’s most expensive residential properties of 2017

PUBLISHED: 07:46 13 February 2018 | UPDATED: 14:27 14 February 2018

Heath Drive, Potters Bar

Heath Drive, Potters Bar


The most expensive homes in Potters Bar sold for well over £1 million in 2017, according to the Land Registry.

Manor Road in Potters Bar.
Picture: Google Street View Manor Road in Potters Bar. Picture: Google Street View

Our list of the 20 most expensive residential properties sold in Potters Bar last year shows that six properties in the town went for a cool million or more.

The most expensive home of all was in The Avenue, which fetched £1,375,000 last September.

In second place was in Heath Drive, cheaper by a mere £25,000 less.

Heath Drive and Mountway have both showed up twice on 2017’s list of most expensive residential sales.

Mountway, Potters Bar Mountway, Potters Bar

The most expensive residential properties sold in 2017 in Potters Bar are:

1: The Avenue - £1,375,000

2: Heath Drive - £1,350,000

3: Mountway - £1,200,000

4: The Causeway - £1,150,000

5: Mount Grace Road - £1,110,000

6: The Gables, Barnet Road - £1,092,000

7: Manor Road - £946,000

8: Church Road - £921,000

9: Heath Drive - £900,000

10: Grangewood - £885,000

11: Oakroyd Avenue - £874,000

12: Birch Grove - £860,000

13: The Avenue - £855,000

14: Wulstan Park - £835,000

15: Strafford Gate - £820,000

16: Mountway - £770,000

17: The Shrublands - £770,000

18: Quakers Lane - £762,500

19: Potters End, Coopers Lane Road - £757,000

20: Byng Drive - £755,000

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