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29 Keildon Road, London is a freehold terraced house - it is ranked as the 3rd most expensive property in SW11 1XH, with a valuation of £1,923,000.
Since it last sold in December 2019 for £1,992,250, its value has decreased by £69,250. You can refine the property valuation to take account of any home improvements by clicking here.
29 Keildon Road, London has sold 1 time over the last 26 years. It is one of the most expensive properties in SW11 1XH, valued at £1,923,000.
Today, the properties in this postcode are valued between £517,000 and £2,638,000.Compare against other sales in SW11 1XH
This is the only recorded sale for 29 Keildon Road, London, since HM Land Registry started publishing property sales in 1995.
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If this property sold today, we estimate that it would sell for £1,923,000 and sit within a price band ranging between £1,811,224 and £2,032,576.
29 Keildon Road, London is a freehold terraced house valued at £1,923,000 making it the 3rd most expensive property in SW11 1XH.
This property was constructed between 1900 and 1929 and has an energy efficiency rating of D.
Since it last sold for £1,992,250 in December 2019, we calculate that its price has decreased by £69,250 (-3%) over the one year and 7 months that the current owners have lived in the property.
We expect it to sell for a minimum of £1,811,224 in today's market whilst having an upper valuation coming in at £2,032,576.
It has sold only one time since 1995.Sell your home for free with Strike
Prices here range from £517,000; all the way up to £2,638,000 (see below for further details).
Today, the average cost per square foot in SW11 1XH is £976.
This property has a total floor area of 2379 square feet, with a valuation today sitting at £1,923,000, we would expect it to sell for around £808 per square foot.
Today, the upper price boundary that terraced houses encounter here is £1,750,000.
* Excluding properties that we've been unable to calculate a valuation for.
** We remove outliers, so if a castle has sold for £12m, we won't include this in data as it makes it less meaningful.