Ten Acre Wood in Margam SA13 comprises 13 homes. Out of these properties, all are residential. This means there is no commercial property in Ten Acre Wood. The data sources for the property information provided below for Ten Acre Wood include Mouseprice.com, third parties and comments submitted by the general public. Much more information can be found throughout the Mouseprice website, including the free valuations on each property.
The least expensive transaction that has been recorded in Ten Acre Wood is 4. It sold on 09/02/2001 for £155,000. The most expensive recorded transaction in Ten Acre Wood to date is 2a, which sold on 02/09/2009 for £473,000. The property sale that has been recorded in Ten Acre Wood most recently was 8, which sold on 13/08/2015 for £335,000. More information on house price related trends, graphs and stats is available on the Port Talbot area guide on the Mouseprice.com website.
Of the 13 homes on Ten Acre Wood, none have been converted and sold as flats. One of these properties was built forty-eight years ago. The automated valuation (known as an AVM) used by the Mouseprice.com website enables us to calculate the average value of properties in the area. The valuation estimate for Ten Acre Wood is £402,385, which makes it one of the more expensive parts of SA13 Margam, where the average house price is £192,833. They are calculated based on the 12 transactions in Ten Acre Wood that have been recorded by HM Land Registry since 1/01/1995.
Mouseprice.com lists 1 property for sale in Margam SA13; however, it is not in Ten Acre Wood. It's on Eglwys Nunnydd and it was listed as for sale on Mouseprice.com on 08/03/2017 for £398,950. This price currently remains unchanged.
There aren't any properties for rent in Ten Acre Wood listed on Mouseprice.com, but there is 1 property for rent in Margam SA13. It can be viewed in the For Rent section of Mouseprice.com, along with many other properties for rent in different areas throughout the country.
It is likely an EPC is available for this propery with a more accurate measure of internal area in the EPC register