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De-dupe and count/calculation in Excel

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The file has a list of addresses and each address may appear several times with different dates. The address row for each property also includes number of bedrooms. Most properties have between 1 and 6 bedrooms.
The objective is to ignore the dates, de-dupe the list then count the number of properties by number of bedrooms. Then calculate the total number of bedrooms.
The example file contains examples of the three lists.
Suburbs--Properties-Bedrooms2014.xlsx
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Rob Henson
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