Most expensive houses sold in your north London borough in 2021
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How much did the most expensive homes in your area sell for last year?
Price-paid data from HM Land Registry provides information on all property sales in 2021.
We looked at the most expensive residential properties in three north London boroughs - Brent and Islington - to see how they compare.
In Brent, the most expensive sale was a semi-detached home in Aylestone Avenue.
This property - across the road from Queens Park Community School - sold for just shy of £4m in August.
In Islington, a terraced house in Highbury Terrace overlooking Highbury Fields topped the list after selling for £6.3m in September.
A terraced home in Canonbury Square cost its buyer £5.2m.
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Highest residential property sales in 2021:
1. £3,999,950 - 62 Aylestone Avenue, NW6 7AB
2. £3,850,000 - 22 Milverton Road, NW6 7AS
3. £3,815,000 - 129 Chevening Road, NW6 6DX
4. £3,400,000 - 14 Kingswood Avenue, NW6 6LG
=4. £3,400,000 - 222 Walm Lane, NW2 3BS
1. £6,300,000 - 21 Highbury Terrace, N5 1UP
2. £5,200,000 - 46 Canonbury Square, N1 2AW
3. £4,900,000 - 42 Canonbury Square, N1 2AW
4. £4,750,000 - 31 Alwyne Road, N1 2HW
5. £4,700,000 - 4 Alwyne Place, N1 2NL