The property turned out to be a good investment for the previous owner.
Crombie Mews, Unit 4 is a leasehold terraced house - it is ranked as the most expensive property in SW11 2JB, with a valuation of £1,349,000.
Since it last sold in December 2016 for £1,025,000, its value has increased by £324,000. You can refine the property valuation to take account of any home improvements by clicking here.
Crombie Mews, Unit 4 has sold 3 times over the last 26 years. It is one of the most expensive properties in SW11 2JB, valued at £1,349,000.
Today, the properties in this postcode are valued between £394,000 and £1,349,000.Compare against other sales in SW11 2JB
The previous owner bought this property for £300,000 in December 1997 and sold it for £1,025,000 in December 2016.
They owned the property for 19 years before selling it.
During this time, the price rose by £725,000 (241.7%), which equates to it increasing in value by 6.7% each year.
The property turned out to be a good investment for the owner.
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If this property sold today, we estimate that it would sell for £1,349,000 and sit within a price band ranging between £1,273,788 and £1,444,477.
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.
Crombie Mews, Unit 4 is a leasehold terraced house valued at £1,349,000 making it the most expensive property in SW11 2JB.
Since it last sold for £1,025,000 in December 2016, we calculate that its price has increased by £324,000 (32%) over the 4 years that the current owners have lived in the property.
We expect it to sell for a minimum of £1,273,788 in today's market whilst having an upper valuation coming in at £1,444,477.
It has sold 3 times since 1995.Sell your home for free with Strike
Prices here range from £394,000; all the way up to £1,349,000 (see below for further details).
Today, the average cost per square foot in SW11 2JB is £1,007.
Today, the upper price boundary that terraced houses encounter here is £1,350,000.
* Excluding properties that we've been unable to calculate a valuation for.
** We remove outliers, so if a castle has sold for £12m, we won't include this in data as it makes it less meaningful.