Elcho Street is in the St Mary's Park ward of Wandsworth, Inner London - West.

The most expensive property that has sold in Elcho Street, SW11 4AU was for £69,600,000.

Total sales
Only 1 property has sold over the last 10 years in SW11 4AU.
Last sale price
The last sale in SW11 4AU was for £69,600,000 in February, 2017.
Property types
100% of property sold in SW11 4AU are of unknown property types.

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Property sales in SW11 4AU

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30 - 40, Elcho Street, London, Wandsworth, Greater London, SW11 4AU
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