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Last sold: February 2016
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Property type: 4 bedroom freehold terraced house
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Last updated: 01/01/2021

38A Canonbury Square, London is a 4 bedroom freehold terraced house - it is ranked as the 3rd most expensive property in N1 2AN, with a valuation of £2,414,000.

Since it last sold in February 2016 for £2,500,000, its value has decreased by £86,000. You can refine the property valuation to take account of any home improvements by clicking here.

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How does this property compare to others in this postcode?

We've compared this property to all the other properties in N1 2AN* and calculate that this property is the 3rd most expensive property in this postcode.

* Excluding properties that we've been unable to calculate a valuation for.

Property price rank
Ranked 3rd out of 6 on price in N1 2AN

How often does property become available here?

There have been 2 sales in this postcode over the last ten years.

The three most recent sales were for £2,500,000 in February 2016, £3,250,000 in July 2007 and £1,300,000 in March 2005.

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Terraced houses in N1 2 have fallen in price by 1.1% over the last 5 years.

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Property valuation details

38A Canonbury Square, London is a 4 bedroom freehold terraced house valued at £2,414,000 making it the 3rd most expensive property in N1 2AN.

This is a mid-sized property for this postcode.

Since it last sold for £2,500,000 in February 2016, we calculate that its price has decreased by £86,000 over the 4 years that the current owners have held the property.

We expect it to sell for a minimum of £2,269,760 in today's market whilst having an upper valuation coming in at £2,540,644.

It has sold 5 times since 1995.

Expected sale price
  • Minimum sale price: £2,269,760
  • Expected sale price: £2,414,000
  • Maximum sale price: £2,540,644
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:

  • 2% more expensive than the average property in N1 2AN, which stands at £2,372,167.
  • now worth £86,000 (3%) less than when it was purchased in February 2016.

If this property sold today, we estimate that it would sell for £2,414,000 and sit within a price band ranging between £2,269,760 and £2,540,644.

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Sale history

38A Canonbury Square, London has sold 5 times over the last 26 years. It is a mid-range property in N1 2AN, valued at £2,414,000.

Sale date Price paid Price change
19 February 2016 £2,500,000 93.1 %
18 August 2009 £1,295,000 55.1 %
04 October 2003 £835,000 10.6 %
13 July 2000 £755,000 84.1 %
27 October 1997 £410,000 -

The chart below shows the sales history for 38A Canonbury Square, London and how it compares against other properties that have sold nearby.

The green line in the chart shows the average terraced house price since 1995 for postcodes that begin with N1 2.

Over the last 5 years 97 terraced houses have sold in this area (N1 2), during this time the average price has fallen by 1.1%.

Today, the upper price boundary that terraced houses encounter here is £2,525,000.

Whilst at the lower end of the market, terraced houses are available from £683,000.
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Latest sale investment analysis

Sold price
£2,500,000
19 February, 2016
Investment rating
Price change
£1,205,000
Annualized price change
10.6%

The previous owner bought this property for £1,295,000 in August 2009 and sold it for £2,500,000 in February 2016.

They owned the property for 6 years before selling it.

During this time, the price rose by £1,205,000 (93.1%), which equates to it increasing in value by 10.6% each year.

The property turned out to be a superb investment for the owner.

Property price band

£2,270,000 - £2,541,000
79.8% confidence
If 38A Canonbury Square, London was put on the market today, we estimate that it will sell for between £2,270,000 and £2,541,000 with a confidence of 79.8%.

For information on how well this property has performed as an investment see below.

The 6 most recent properties sold in this postcode

Address Sale date Price paid
38A Canonbury Square, London 19/02/2016 £2,500,000
34 Canonbury Square, London 20/07/2007 £3,250,000
35 Canonbury Square, London 15/03/2005 £1,300,000
33A Canonbury Square, London 10/01/2003 £575,000
Flat A, 36 Canonbury Square 09/11/2017 £1,070,000
Flat C, 36 Canonbury Square 21/09/1999 £245,000
Over the last 3 years, the average terraced house price in this area has fallen by 10%.

What are the other properties in this postcode worth today?

Today's price
£5,516,000
34 Canonbury Square, London
Terraced house 6 bedroom Freehold
Most expensive property in N1 2AN
Today's price
£2,520,000
35 Canonbury Square, London
Terraced house Freehold
2nd most expensive property in N1 2AN
Today's price
£2,414,000
38A Canonbury Square, London
Terraced house 4 bedroom Freehold
3rd most expensive property in N1 2AN
Today's price
£1,620,000
33A Canonbury Square, London
Terraced house 3 bedroom Freehold
4th most expensive property in N1 2AN
Today's price
£1,237,000
Flat A, 36 Canonbury Square
Flat 2 bedroom Leasehold
5th most expensive property in N1 2AN
Today's price
£926,000
Flat C, 36 Canonbury Square
Flat 2 bedroom Leasehold
6th most expensive property in N1 2AN
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The average property price in N1 2AN today is £2,372,167; the cheapest property would sell for £926,000 whilst the most expensive property is worth £5,516,000.

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