House price data supplied by HM Land Registry

Price updates supplied by HM Land Registry

Copley Lane is in the Harewood ward of Leeds, West Yorkshire.

The highest sale price recorded in LS25 3ED is for £1,050,000.

Total sales
Only 1 property has sold over the last 10 years in LS25 3ED.
Last sale price
The last sale in LS25 3ED was for £1,050,000 in November, 2017.
Property types
100% of property sold in LS25 3ED were detached houses.

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Lotherton Park Farmhouse, Copley Lane, Aberford, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS25 3ED
Full sale history
Freehold detached house
6 bedrooms

Property sales in LS25 3ED

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The graph above shows all the property sales for this postcode that have been recorded with HM Land Registry since 1995.

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Accuracy of the data

We try to make sure that our data is accurate but cannot guarantee that it is free from errors or fit for your purpose. Reports will not necessarily be up to date with the most recent information.

HM Land Registry have only just started releasing commercial transactions.

Sales that have not been lodged with HM Land Registry or sales that were not for full market value are excluded.