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This material was last updated on 01 October 2018.
|£770,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||23 Mar 2018||3 bedrooms|
|£620,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||18 Jan 2017||3 bedrooms|
|£630,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||24 Feb 2016||4 bedrooms|
|£590,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||05 Oct 2012|
|£420,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||20 Sep 2006|
|£390,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||25 May 2012|
|£540,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||28 Feb 2005|
|£490,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||30 Sep 2004|
|£425,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||26 Feb 2003|
|£225,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||30 Jun 2000|
|£250,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||28 Mar 2000|
|£190,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||10 Nov 1995|
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Caneheath, with an overall average price of £770,000 was more expensive than nearby Eastbourne (£267,786), Hailsham (£271,757) and Polegate (£270,231).
Overall sold prices in Caneheath over the last year were 24% up on the previous year and 43% up on the 2005 level of £540,000.
There were only 1 properties sold in the last year, therefore, the average prices may only reflect the mix of properties sold, rather than changes in the local market itself.