The closest to what you're looking for is, as Kamal suggests, the web site for the county or city the property is in. Most will have property records online. One limitation is that the prices shown don't reflect seller subsidies. For example, let's say Joe Smith bought a house for $400,000. However, he asked for, and received, a $12,000 "seller subsidy" for closing costs or other purposes. The sales price will show as $400,000, not the real net of $388,000.
To drill down to that level, you need a Realtor for access to MLS data, which will show seller subsidies. But, obviously, you can come fairly close on your own.
Hope that helps.