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

The most expensive property that has sold in Egerton Crescent, SW3 2ED was for £16,200,000.

Total sales
9
9 properties have sold over the last 10 years in SW3 2ED.
Last sale price
£13.75M
The last sale in SW3 2ED was for £13,750,000 in July, 2020.
Property types
87%
87% of property sold in SW3 2ED are terraced houses.

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Additional postcodes
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Property sales in SW3 2ED

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44 Egerton Crescent, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2ED
£13,750,000
17/07/2020
Terraced house Freehold
51 Egerton Crescent, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2ED
£14,050,000
10/07/2020
Terraced house Freehold
54 Egerton Crescent, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2ED
£11,550,000
09/11/2017
Semi-detached house Freehold
56 Egerton Crescent, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2ED
£15,250,000
16/12/2016
Terraced house Freehold 4 bedroom
57 Egerton Crescent, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2ED
£12,161,660
25/11/2016
Terraced house Freehold
52 Egerton Crescent, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2ED
£10,500,000
29/08/2013
Terraced house Freehold
46 Egerton Crescent, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2ED
£9,700,000
30/07/2010
Terraced house Freehold 6 bedroom
48 Egerton Crescent, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2ED
£10,000,000
31/10/2008
Terraced house Freehold 5 bedroom
47 Egerton Crescent, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2ED
£5,150,000
28/09/2007
Terraced house Leasehold
43 Egerton Crescent, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2ED
£4,200,000
14/11/2003
Detached house Freehold
59 Egerton Crescent, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2ED
£850,000
20/09/2002
Terraced house Freehold 4 bedroom
53 Egerton Crescent, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2ED
£2,450,000
11/06/2002
Terraced house Leasehold
49 Egerton Crescent, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2ED
£442,500
21/04/1999
Terraced house Freehold
50 Egerton Crescent, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2ED
£593,000
14/12/1998
Terraced house Freehold 6 bedroom
55 Egerton Crescent, London, Kensington And Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 2ED
£2,235,000
18/08/1995
Terraced house Leasehold
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