Moore Street is in the Brompton & Hans Town ward of Kensington and Chelsea, Inner London - West.

The most expensive property that has sold in Moore Street, SW3 2QN was for £5,500,000.

Total sales
9
9 properties have sold over the last 10 years in SW3 2QN.
Last sale price
£5.5M
The last sale in SW3 2QN was for £5,500,000 in May, 2021.
Property types
100%
100% of property sold in SW3 2QN are terraced houses.

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There are 2 postcodes in Moore Street. This page only relates to SW3 2QN.
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£5,500,000
Last sold: 2021
Cost per square foot: £2,347
Terraced house Freehold
20 Moore Street, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2QN
What's it worth?
£2,450,000
Last sold: 2021
Cost per square foot: £-
Terraced house Freehold 2 bedroom
1A Moore Street, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2QN
What's it worth?
£3,850,000
Last sold: 2017
Cost per square foot: £1,989
Terraced house Freehold 3 bedroom
7 Moore Street, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2QN
What's it worth?
£4,750,000
Last sold: 2017
Cost per square foot: £1,397
Terraced house Freehold 6 bedroom
18 Moore Street, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2QN
What's it worth?
£4,900,000
Last sold: 2016
Cost per square foot: £2,288
Terraced house Freehold 5 bedroom
16 Moore Street, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2QN
What's it worth?
£4,000,000
Last sold: 2015
Cost per square foot: £1,667
Terraced house Freehold 6 bedroom
5 Moore Street, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2QN
What's it worth?
£4,651,111
Last sold: 2013
Cost per square foot: £1,325
Terraced house Freehold 4 bedroom
14 Moore Street, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2QN
What's it worth?
£3,760,000
Last sold: 2012
Cost per square foot: £1,810
Terraced house Freehold 3 bedroom
10 Moore Street, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2QN
What's it worth?
£3,450,000
Last sold: 2011
Cost per square foot: £1,320
Terraced house Freehold 5 bedroom
3 Moore Street, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2QN
What's it worth?
£2,950,000
Last sold: 2010
Cost per square foot: £-
Terraced house Freehold
4A Moore Street, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2QN
What's it worth?
£1,857,500
Last sold: 2005
Cost per square foot: £777
Terraced house Freehold
2 Moore Street, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2QN
What's it worth?
£1,950,000
Last sold: 2005
Cost per square foot: £-
Terraced house Freehold
13A Moore Street, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2QN
What's it worth?
£1,910,000
Last sold: 2002
Cost per square foot: £-
Terraced house Freehold
15 Moore Street, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2QN
What's it worth?
£1,725,000
Last sold: 2002
Cost per square foot: £991
Terraced house Freehold 4 bedroom
9 Moore Street, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2QN
What's it worth?
£830,000
Last sold: 2001
Cost per square foot: £-
Terraced house Freehold
21 Moore Street, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2QN
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