I posted this graph a while ago, and I think someone else posted something similar, but now I have history back to 1952. There is a gap where Bretton Woods broke down where I could not find the Sterling price of gold. Note the current bubble is far, far worse than the 60's-70's and we are due some serious pain.
There is still some way to go, but a large correction already. Long-term 'normality' seems to be about 120.

Average UK house price vs. 1 oz gold

source: Nationwide house index, Bank of England