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Apartment 2, 33 Greycoat Street is a leasehold flat - it is ranked as the 51st most expensive property in SW1P 2QF, with a valuation of £697,000.
Since it last sold in October 2019 for £618,193, its value has increased by £78,807. You can refine the property valuation to take account of any home improvements by clicking here.
Apartment 2, 33 Greycoat Street has 1 transaction recorded with HM Land Registry - its market value today is £697,000.
The current owner bought the property in October 2019 for £618,193 and has lived here for 1 years.
Since the current owner purchased the property, its value has increased by £78,807 (12.7%).
* This valuation doesn't take account of any home improvements - see below for a fully refurbished valuation.
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|33 Greycoat Street, London||£464,000 (+5%)|
|Flat 18, Greycoat House, 27||£756,000 (+44%)|
|Flat 19, Greycoat House, 27||£1,151,000 (+35%)|
|Flat 27, Greycoat House, 27||£1,170,000 (+66%)|
|Apartment 13, 33 Greycoat Street||£1,226,000 (+13%)|
Apartment 2, 33 Greycoat Street valued at £697,000 is the 51st most expensive property in SW1P 2QF. If this property sold today, we estimate that it would most likely sell for £697,000 and sit within a price band ranging between £532,000 and £961,000.
At a market value of £697,000 and having 484 square feet of internal floor space, this property today is valued at £1,440 per square foot. On this basis, this property is 1% less expensive than the average for SW1P 2QF (which stands at £1,453 per square foot in today's market).
The most expensive property in SW1P 2QF is valued at £39,743,000 in today's market whilst the cheapest is worth £464,000 - the average market value for properties here today is £1,963,463.
If the property was previously purchased in a bad state of repair, making home improvements throughout could increase its sale price to £1,105,000.
Please note, as this property has previously been sold on a lease, if the owner has renewed the lease, the value of the property could be significantly higher.
This property was newly built in 2019.
* Excluding properties that we've been unable to calculate a valuation for.
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