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Freehold semi-detached house
Last updated: 28/08/2020
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Ranked 11th out of 13 on price in SW11 1RH

32 Vardens Road, London is a freehold semi-detached house. It is ranked as the 11th most expensive property in SW11 1RH.

Since it was last sold in November 2018, its value has increased by £25,000.

There have been 7 sales in this postcode over the last ten years. The three most recent sales were for £1,665,000 in November 2018, £1,500,000 in May 2017 and £2,750,000 in October 2014.

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32 Vardens Road, London valued at £1,690,000 is the 11th most expensive property in SW11 1RH.

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Property price band

£1,627,000 - £1,770,000
78% confidence
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If this property was put on the market today, we estimate that it will sell for between £1,627,000 and £1,770,000 with a confidence of 78%.

Sales summary

32 Vardens Road, London has 1 sale recorded against it. It is one of the cheaper properties in SW11 1RH, valued at £1,690,000.

Estimated prices in SW11 1RH today
  • Lower end: £841,000
  • Average: £2,222,538
  • Higher end: £3,613,000

The cheapest property in SW11 1RH would sell for £841,000 in today's market whilst the most expensive property is worth £3,613,000.

The average property price in SW11 1RH is £2,222,538.

How is this calculated?
Valuation: £3,613,000
Last sold: 2014
34 Vardens Road, London
Terraced house 6 bedroom Freehold
Most expensive property in SW11 1RH
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Valuation: £2,887,000
Last sold: 2014
42 Vardens Road, London
Semi-detached house 5 bedroom Freehold
2nd most expensive property in SW11 1RH
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Valuation: £2,809,000
Last sold: 2006
24 Vardens Road, London
Semi-detached house Freehold
3rd most expensive property in SW11 1RH
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Valuation: £2,779,000
Last sold: 2011
28 Vardens Road, London
Semi-detached house Freehold
4th most expensive property in SW11 1RH
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Valuation: £2,453,000
Last sold: 2009
2 Vardens Road, London
Detached house 4 bedroom Freehold
5th most expensive property in SW11 1RH
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Valuation: £2,404,000
Last sold: 1996
30 Vardens Road, London
Semi-detached house Freehold
6th most expensive property in SW11 1RH
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Valuation: £2,161,000
Last sold: 2004
26A Vardens Road, London
Semi-detached house Freehold
7th most expensive property in SW11 1RH
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Valuation: £2,057,000
Last sold: 1996
40 Vardens Road, London
Terraced house Freehold
8th most expensive property in SW11 1RH
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Valuation: £1,881,000
Last sold: 2006
6 Vardens Road, London
Terraced house 4 bedroom Freehold
9th most expensive property in SW11 1RH
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Valuation: £1,693,000
Last sold: 2002
4 Vardens Road, London
Terraced house Freehold
10th most expensive property in SW11 1RH
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Valuation: £1,690,000
Last sold: 2018
32 Vardens Road, London
Semi-detached house Freehold
11th most expensive property in SW11 1RH
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Valuation: £1,625,000
Last sold: 2017
8 Vardens Road, London
Terraced house 4 bedroom Freehold
12th most expensive property in SW11 1RH
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Valuation: £841,000
Last sold: 2012
18 Vardens Road, London
Flat 3 bedroom Leasehold
13th most expensive property in SW11 1RH
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Key facts

This is the 11th most expensive property in SW11 1RH
It's a freehold semi-detached house
3 semi-detached houses have sold in SW11 1RH over the last 10 years
The average property price in SW11 1RH is £2,222,538
This property has only sold once in the last 25 years

Sale history

Sold price
£1,665,000
22 November, 2018

This is the only recorded sale for 32 Vardens Road, London, since HM Land Registry started publishing property sales in 1995.

Property valuation details

32 Vardens Road, London is a freehold semi-detached house, that last sold for £1,665,000 in November, 2018.

It has sold only one time since 1995 - the current owner's have lived here for 1 year and 10 months.

Expected sale price
  • Minimum: £1,627,076
  • Expected: £1,690,000
  • Maximum: £1,769,871
If the owner is keen to sell quickly they are more likely to realise the lower end of this valuation.
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This property is:

  • 24% less expensive than the average property in SW11 1RH, which stands at £2,222,538.
  • now worth £25,000 (2%) more than when it was purchased in November 2018.

If this property sold today, we estimate that it would sell for £1,690,000 and sit within a price band ranging between £1,627,076 and £1,769,871.

How does this property compare against other local properties?

The chart shows the sales history for 32 Vardens Road, London and how it compares against other properties that have sold nearby.

Today, the upper price boundary that semi-detached houses encounter is £1,305,000.

Whilst at the lower end of the market, semi-detached houses are available from £600,000.

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