Today's price
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Last sold: May 2020
Property type: Leasehold flat
Mortgage cost
Last updated: 01/10/2020
Property price rank
3rd
Ranked 3rd out of 19 on price in SW3 1QE

Apartment 9, 11 Brompton Place is a leasehold flat - it is ranked as the 3rd most expensive property in SW3 1QE, with a valuation of £5,282,000.

Since it was last sold in May 2020, its value has increased by £1,682,000. 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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Apartment 9, 11 Brompton Place valued at £5,282,000 is the 3rd most expensive property in SW3 1QE.

Flats in SW3 1 have increased in price by 47.4% 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

£4,242,000 - £6,738,000
39.6% confidence
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If this property was put on the market today, we estimate that it will sell for between £4,242,000 and £6,738,000 with a confidence of 39.6%.
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Sales summary

Apartment 9, 11 Brompton Place has 2 sales recorded against it. It is one of the more expensive properties in SW3 1QE, valued at £5,282,000.

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 3rd most expensive property in SW3 1QE
It's a leasehold flat
6 flats 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 2 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
£3,600,000
07 May, 2020
Investment rating
Price change
£650,000
Annualized price change
1.5%

The owners bought this property for £2,950,000 in January 2007 and sold it for £3,600,000 in May 2020.

They owned the property for 13 years before selling it.

During this time, the price rose by £650,000 (22%), which equates to it increasing in value by 1.5% each year.

The property didn't turn out to be a great investment for the owner.

Property valuation details

Apartment 9, 11 Brompton Place is a leasehold flat, that last sold for £3,600,000 in May, 2020.

It has sold 2 times since 1995 - the current owner's have lived here for 5 months.

Expected sale price
  • Minimum: £4,242,331
  • Expected: £5,282,000
  • Maximum: £6,738,156
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:

  • 46% more expensive than the average property in SW3 1QE, which stands at £3,609,053.
  • now worth £1,682,000 (47%) more than when it was purchased in May 2020.

If this property sold today, we estimate that it would sell for £5,282,000 and sit within a price band ranging between £4,242,331 and £6,738,156.

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.

How does this property compare against other local properties?

The chart shows the sales history for Apartment 9, 11 Brompton Place and how it compares against other properties that have sold nearby.

Today, the upper price boundary that flats encounter is £4,950,000.

Whilst at the lower end of the market, flats are available from £380,000.

Over the last 5 years, 117 flats have sold in this area (SW3 1).

During this time the average price has risen by 47.4%.

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

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Full sale history

Apartment 9, 11 Brompton Place has sold 2 times over the last 25 years.

Over the last 3 years, flats in this area have risen in price by 85%.
Sale date Sale price Price change
07 May 2020 £3,600,000 22.0 %
31 January 2007 £2,950,000 -
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