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This material was last updated on 03 July 2018.
|£355,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||11 Aug 2017|
|£375,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||05 Jul 2016|
|£340,000||Semi-Detached, Freehold, Residential||20 Aug 2015|
|£290,000||Semi-Detached, Freehold, Residential||11 Jul 2007|
|£237,000||Semi-Detached, Freehold, Residential||09 Aug 2005|
|£275,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||28 Sep 2013|
|£220,600||Detached, Freehold, Residential||12 Sep 2013|
|£240,000||Semi-Detached, Freehold, Residential||19 Dec 2011|
|£345,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential (New Build)||21 Dec 2005|
|£290,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||16 May 2003|
|£60,000||Detached, Freehold, Residential||01 May 1997|
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Willslock, with an overall average price of £355,000, was similar in terms of sold prices to nearby Abbots Bromley (£355,861), but was more expensive than Uttoxeter (£206,709) and Marchington (£327,996).
During the last year, sold prices in Willslock were 5% down on the previous year and 4% up on 2015 when the average house price was £340,000.
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.