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Last sold: June 2019
Property type: 3 bedroom freehold terraced house
Mortgage cost
Last updated: 01/10/2020
Property price rank
14th
Ranked 14th out of 19 on price in SW3 1QE

5 Brompton Place, London is a 3 bedroom freehold terraced house - it is ranked as the 14th most expensive property in SW3 1QE, with a valuation of £2,909,000.

Since it was last sold in June 2019, its value has increased by £1,059,000. You can refine the property valuation to take account of any home improvements by clicking here.

Recent sales

There have been 9 sales in this postcode over the last ten years. The three most recent sales were for £1,850,000 in June 2019, £1,900,000 in October 2013 and £1,600,000 in July 2012.

See how prices have changed here, as well as the ages of residents living here, their health and their employment category.

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5 Brompton Place, London valued at £2,909,000 is the 14th most expensive property in SW3 1QE.

Terraced houses in SW3 1 have increased in price by 60.3% over the last 5 years.

See the breakdown of home owners versus those who rent their homes (both privately and through social housing) in this area.

Property price band

£2,043,000 - £4,689,000
19% confidence
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If this property was put on the market today, we estimate that it will sell for between £2,043,000 and £4,689,000 with a confidence of 19%.
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Sales summary

5 Brompton Place, London has 3 sales recorded against it. It is one of the cheaper properties in SW3 1QE, valued at £2,909,000.

Property prices in SW3 1QE
  • Lower end: £2,268,000
  • Average: £3,609,053
  • Higher end: £7,251,000

The cheapest property in SW3 1QE would sell for £2,268,000 in today's market whilst the most expensive property is worth £7,251,000.

The average property price in SW3 1QE is £3,609,053. Some examples of properties that fall within the average price band for this area are:

The properties above are all valued between £3,175,967 and £4,042,139 - find more valuations for other properties in this area below.

How is this calculated?

Key facts

This is the 14th most expensive property in SW3 1QE
It's a 3 bedroom freehold terraced house
3 terraced houses have sold in SW3 1QE over the last 10 years
The average property price in SW3 1QE is £3,609,053
This property has sold 3 times in the last 25 years
Valuation: £7,251,000
Last sold: 2010
Apartment 6, 11 Brompton Place
Flat Leasehold
Most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £5,861,000
Last sold: 2006
Apartment 4, 11 Brompton Place
Flat Leasehold
2nd most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £5,282,000
Last sold: 2020
Apartment 9, 11 Brompton Place
Flat Leasehold
3rd most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £4,406,000
Last sold: 2009
Apartment 10, 11 Brompton Place
Flat Leasehold
4th most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £4,021,000
Last sold: 2005
4A Brompton Place, London
Flat Leasehold
5th most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £3,643,000
Last sold: 2014
Apartment 12, 11 Brompton Place
Flat Leasehold
6th most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £3,409,000
Last sold: 2014
Apartment 5, 11 Brompton Place
Flat Leasehold
7th most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £3,375,000
Last sold: 2001
6 Brompton Place, London
Flat Freehold
8th most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £3,248,000
Last sold: 2002
4 Brompton Place, London
Terraced house Freehold
9th most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £3,209,000
Last sold: 1997
1C Brompton Place, London
Flat 3 bedroom Freehold
10th most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £3,128,000
Last sold: 2019
Apartment 11, 11 Brompton Place
Flat Leasehold
11th most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £3,041,000
Last sold: 2001
3 Brompton Place, London
Terraced house Freehold
12th most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £3,028,000
Last sold: 2015
Apartment 7, 11 Brompton Place
Flat Leasehold
13th most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £2,909,000
Last sold: 2019
5 Brompton Place, London
Terraced house 3 bedroom Freehold
14th most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £2,764,000
Last sold: 2007
1B Brompton Place, London
Terraced house 3 bedroom Freehold
15th most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £2,676,000
Last sold: 2006
Apartment 8, 11 Brompton Place
Flat Leasehold
16th most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £2,634,000
Last sold: 2013
9 Brompton Place, London
Terraced house Freehold
17th most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £2,419,000
Last sold: 2006
Apartment 15, 11 Brompton Place
Flat Leasehold
18th most expensive property in SW3 1QE
Valuation: £2,268,000
Last sold: 2012
8 Brompton Place, London
Terraced house 2 bedroom Freehold
19th most expensive property in SW3 1QE

Latest sale investment analysis

Sold price
£1,850,000
07 June, 2019
Investment rating
Price change
£1,110,000
Annualized price change
5.7%

The owners bought this property for £740,000 in December 2002 and sold it for £1,850,000 in June 2019.

They owned the property for 16 years before selling it.

During this time, the price rose by £1,110,000 (150%), which equates to it increasing in value by 5.7% each year.

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

Property valuation details

5 Brompton Place, London is a 3 bedroom freehold terraced house, that last sold for £1,850,000 in June, 2019.

This is one of the largest property's in this postcode.

It has sold 3 times since 1995 - the current owner's have lived here for 1 year and 4 months.

Expected sale price
  • Minimum: £2,043,325
  • Expected: £2,909,000
  • Maximum: £4,689,411
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:

  • 19% less expensive than the average property in SW3 1QE, which stands at £3,609,053.
  • now worth £1,059,000 (57%) more than when it was purchased in June 2019.

If this property sold today, we estimate that it would sell for £2,909,000 and sit within a price band ranging between £2,043,325 and £4,689,411.

How does this property compare against other local properties?

The chart shows the sales history for 5 Brompton Place, London and how it compares against other properties that have sold nearby.

Today, the upper price boundary that terraced houses encounter is £21,500,000.

Whilst at the lower end of the market, terraced houses are available from £3,850,000.

Over the last 5 years, 17 terraced houses have sold in this area (SW3 1).

During this time the average price has risen by 60.3%.

See how all property sales in this postcode have changed over time.

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Full sale history

5 Brompton Place, London has sold 3 times over the last 25 years.

Over the last 3 years, terraced houses in this area have risen in price by 76%.
Sale date Sale price Price change
07 June 2019 £1,850,000 150.0 %
31 December 2002 £740,000 8.1 %
14 June 2001 £684,342 -
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