The White House, in The Esplanade, was picked up for a hefty £1,475,000 back in March according to data from HM Land Registry. The four-bedroom house offers panoramic sea views looking out over the beaches of Barricane, Combesgate and Woolacombe. Two more properties in North Devon were sold for more than £1million over the course of the year. A five-bedroom detached house 10 minutes from Croyde beach in Withywell Lane went for £1.15million. It was the most expensive of the four properties in Croyde in the top 10. Hill Farm in Burrington, a six-bedroom freehold detached house, went for £1.1million in February. Over in Torridge, Old Pastures, a prestigious 1920s detached house in Northam was sold for £800,000 in May, making it the most expensive in the district. The four-bedroom house in Goats Hill Road is set in 2.3acres, has three reception rooms and a self-contained annexe. The 10 most expensive freehold detached, semi-detached, terraced houses or flats in North Devon and Torridge were:North Devon 1, The White House, The Esplanade, Woolacombe £1,475,000. 2, The Mead, Withywell Lane, Croyde £1,150,000. 3, Hill Farm, Burrington £1,100,000. 4, Ashford House, Strand Lane, Barnstaple £950,000. 5, East Down Mill, Barnstaple £820,000. 6, Cott House, Cott Lane, Croyde £780,000. 7, Park Cottage, Ilfracombe £751,811. 8, Suntana, Croyde £750,000. 9, Britannia, Down End, Croyde £725,000. 10, Seawood, North Walk, Lynton £724,998.Torridge 1, Old Pastures, Goats Hill Road, Northam £800,000. 2, The Old Granary, Pusehill, Bideford £770,000. 3, Newbridge House, Heywood Road, Bideford £760,000. 4, Chantry, Bideford £750,000. 5, South Conybeare, Conybeare Drive, Bideford £715,000. 6, Warren House, Warren Lane, Torrington £700,000. 7, Flat 13, Longbridge Wharf, New Road, Bideford £700,000. 8, Grey Mist, Chircombe Lane, Bideford £690,000. 9, The Old Rectory, North Road, Umberleigh £685,000. 10, Devonia, 3 The Quay, Bideford £660,000.