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This material was last updated on 03 January 2019.
|£93,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||09 May 1996||4 bedrooms|
|£67,500||Terraced, Freehold, Residential||28 Mar 1996|
|£74,950||Detached, Freehold, Residential||22 Mar 1996||4 bedrooms|
|£86,500||Detached, Freehold, Residential||23 Jun 1995|
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Scruton, with an overall average price of £380,369 was more expensive than nearby Northallerton (£213,890), Bedale (£198,145) and Leeming Bar (£206,050).
In the past year house prices in Scruton were 43% up on the year before and 8% up on 2013 when they averaged at £352,661.
There were only 8 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.