January saw the sale of some fairly fancy homes around Huddersfield, Kirklees and Calderdale.

And there were some very thrifty purchases made during the month too.

The most expensive home went for £1,180,000 which could buy you almost 29 of the cheapest house.

Pinewoods, Honley

Pinewoods, Honley, was the most expensive property sold in Kirklees and Calderdale in January.

The four-bedroom detached house sold for £1,180,000, on January 12.

Bungalow on Drub Lane, Cleckheaton, which sold for £560,000

The second most expensive home to sell in Kirklees was on Drub Lane, Cleckheaton.

The four-bedroom bungalow was sold for £560,000 on January 11.

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A property on Hullenedge Road, Elland, sold for £700,000 in January

According to the Land Registry the most expensive house sold in Calderdale in January was on Hullenedge Road, Elland.

The detached house sold for £700,000 on January 5.

House on Moor Top Road, Kirkheaton,

Selling for £1,000 under half a million was a detached house on Moor Top Road, Kirkheaton.

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The five-bedroom cottage with views across Huddersfield was build in 1772.

It sold for £499,000 on January 19.

White Acre, Ripponden

White Acre, a three-bedroom detached house in Ripponden, sold for £437,500 on January 12 making it the second most expensive house sold in Calderdale that month.

And the cheapest...

East Mount Place, Brighouse

A terraced house on East Mount Place, Brighouse, sold for £1 under £40,000.