Top 10 Most Expensive Streets in Norway

The following are the Top 10 most expensive streets in Norway. The average price for homes on these streets range from $652,000 to $980,000.

1. Southdown Dr

Southdown Dr is the 1st most expensive street in Norway. It has single-family homes built in 1999, with an average sale price of $980,000.

Average Price: $980,000
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2. Raynor Avenue

Raynor Avenue is the 2nd most expensive street in Norway. It has single-family homes built from 1842 to 1900, ranging in price from $615,000 to $1,431,150.

Average Price: $928,717
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3. Anna Ave

Anna Ave is the 3rd most expensive street in Norway. It has single-family homes built in 2008, with an average sale price of $750,000.

Average Price: $750,000
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4. Oak Ridge

Oak Ridge is the 4th most expensive street in Norway. It has single-family homes built in 1995, with an average sale price of $732,000.

Average Price: $732,000
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5. Long Lake

Long Lake is the 5th most expensive street in Norway. It has single-family homes built from 1989 to 2016, with an average sale price of $712,500.

Average Price: $712,500
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6. Virginia Cir

Virginia Cir is the 6th most expensive street in Norway. It has single-family homes built from 2003 to 2017, with an average sale price of $710,000.

Average Price: $710,000
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7. Breezy Point Road

Breezy Point Road is the 7th most expensive street in Norway. It has single-family homes built in 1915, with an average sale price of $690,000.

Average Price: $690,000
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8. Malchine Rd

Malchine Rd is the 8th most expensive street in Norway. It has single-family homes built in 1999, with an average sale price of $685,000.

Average Price: $685,000
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9. Woodstead Road

Woodstead Road is the 9th most expensive street in Norway. It has single-family homes built in 1968, with an average sale price of $667,000.

Average Price: $667,000
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10. Anna Avenue

Anna Avenue is the 10th most expensive street in Norway. It has single-family homes built in 2004, with an average sale price of $652,000.

Average Price: $652,000
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