We calculate the cost per square foot by taking a property's sale price and dividing it by the total internal floor area of the property.
You can use the cost per square foot to ensure that an asking price set by a vendor is reasonable - you can do this by multiplying the cost per square foot by the total internal floor area.
Properties that are in better condition internally, in a similar location will generally achieve a higher cost per square foot.
Here we show you how much properties located in SW11 2 have sold for over the past 12 months.
We've ranked all postcode sectors across the UK* so you can easily find out what to expect to pay for your next home.
The more expensive an area is, the lower the rank number will be - so rank number 1 is the most expensive area in the UK.
A property in poor condition in this area may sell for as little as £377 per square foot, whereas a property that has been improved and redecorated to a high standard can sell for as much as £1,338 per square foot here.
In addition to the property's condition influencing the cost per square foot that a home will sell for, homes with bigger gardens are also more likely to achieve a higher price per square foot than those sitting on smaller plots.
The average price paid for all property in SW11 2 is currently £681,301**, with the average size of property having 938 square feet.Request valuation
When a property is in a poor state of repair, it is likely to sell more cheaply and therefore the cost per square foot is likely to be low.
If a property has been recently renovated, it will cost more per square foot than it would have done if the work hadn't been undertaken.
The local rank compares this area (SW11 2) to properties in the local region and ranks them on cost per square foot, with #1 being the most expensive within local area.Latest sales
|Local rank||Area||Average cost
per square foot
|70||SW19 8||£778||View details|
|71||SW18 1||£769||View details|
|72||SW4 6||£768||View details|
|73||SW11 3||£768||View details|
|74||SW2 1||£767||View details|
|75||SW18 2||£758||View details|
|76||SW9 0||£758||View details|
|77||SW2 5||£755||View details|
|78||SW18 4||£750||View details|
|79||SW15 6||£742||View details|
|81||SW4 7||£739||View details|
|82||SW19 3||£734||View details|
|83||SW2 2||£734||View details|
|84||SW8 2||£731||View details|
|85||SW15 5||£715||View details|
|86||SW19 1||£712||View details|
|87||SW20 8||£710||View details|
|88||SW20 0||£709||View details|
|89||SW17 0||£706||View details|
|90||SW9 6||£694||View details|
* We don't rank property costs in Scotland as their property prices are not held by HM Land Registry.
Transactions are only included where the property has been recorded with HM Land Registry and we know the total internal floor area of the property (so we can calculate the cost per square foot).
We rank each area in the UK, with the most expensive area being ranked 1 (so a rank of 5 would mean that it is the 5th most expensive area in all of England, Wales and Nothern Ireland). We exclude an area from being ranked if it doesn't have sufficient data available (i.e. if there are very few sales in the area).