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Latest house prices for Newport

Details of 111,469 sales available for this area

Date Price Address
31/01/2024 Details... £75,000 Flat B, 25 Upper Bar, Newport, TF10 7EH Details...
26/01/2024 Details... £298,000 15 Llanwern Road, Newport, NP19 9GF Details...
26/01/2024 Details... £370,000 Cranbrooke, Moor Lane, Brighstone, Newport, PO30 4DL Details...
24/01/2024 Details... £550,000 8 Shepherd Drive, Langstone, Newport, NP18 2LB Details...
19/01/2024 Details... £126,000 2a Bridge Terrace, Newport, TF10 7JB Details...
16/01/2024 Details... £193,820 Rose Cottage, Broad Street Common, Nash, Newport, NP18 2BE Details...
16/01/2024 Details... £170,000 24 Eastmoor Road, Newport, NP19 4NX Details...
16/01/2024 Details... £315,000 5 St Johns Place, Newport, PO30 1LH Details...
15/01/2024 Details... £365,000 35 Priory Way, Langstone, Newport, NP18 2JE Details...
12/01/2024 Details... £132,250 2, Orchard Court, Orchard Street, Newport, NP19 7DL Details...
12/01/2024 Details... £460,000 Summerhouse Farm, Maynards Croft, Newport, TF10 7DJ Details...
12/01/2024 Details... £235,000 32 Meadow View Road, Newport, TF10 7NW Details...
10/01/2024 Details... £130,000 13 The Turnstiles, Newport, NP20 5NR Details...
08/01/2024 Details... £347,500 10 Gwesty Close, Croespenmaen, Newport, NP11 3AD Details...
08/01/2024 Details... £202,000 70 Dorset Crescent, Newport, NP19 4QF Details...
08/01/2024 Details... £120,000 3 Fairoak Terrace, Newport, NP19 8FG Details...
08/01/2024 Details... £192,500 10 Shrewsbury Way, Newport, TF10 7UW Details...
05/01/2024 Details... £345,000 35 Allt Yr Yn Heights, Newport, NP20 5DX Details...
04/01/2024 Details... £135,000 14 Hampton Close, Newport, TF10 7RB Details...
21/12/2023 Details... £75,000 The Woodcutters Retreat, 67, Gwyddon Road, Abercarn, Newport, NP11 5GZ Details...
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Newport is a small town situated in the County of Shropshire, England. Its history dates back to Roman times when it was known as Novus Burgus, meaning "new town". Throughout the centuries since, Newport has grown into a charming market town with a rich history and vibrant community. Nestled between the rolling hills of the Shropshire Countryside, it's an ideal location for outdoor enthusiasts with numerous walking trails surrounding the town. The town boasts a range of local independent shops, eateries and pubs that offer a warm welcome to residents and visitors alike. Despite its relatively small size, Newport is well-connected to larger cities like Birmingham and Manchester via excellent transport links including direct road access to the M6 motorway. Overall, Newport is an idyllic place for those looking for a peaceful community-oriented environment without sacrificing easy access to amenities or cultural experiences.