Lime Street in Gorseinon SA4 comprises 119 properties. Of these properties, ninety-six per cent are residential (there are 114 homes in Lime Street). The following information concerning properties in Lime Street comes from 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 property sale that has been recorded in Lime Street most recently was 13, which sold on 17/11/2016 for £50,000. The least expensive transaction that has been recorded in Lime Street is 75. It sold on 22/11/1999 for £15,000. The most expensive recorded transaction in Lime Street to date is 19, which sold on 28/09/2007 for £127,500. For more detailed information on house price related trends, stats and graphs, see the Gorseinon area guide on the Mouseprice.com website.
Of the 114 homes on Lime Street, none have been converted and sold as flats. Some of these properties are relatively old, as at least seventeen of them were built more than one hundred and ten 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. In Lime Street, the average property is worth £93,888, which makes it one of the least expensive places to live in SA4 Gorseinon, where the average house price is £131,240. According to Land Registry records, there have been 105 transactions since the 1st of January 1995. This gives us reasonable AVM coverage for Gorseinon SA4.
Mouseprice.com lists seven properties for sale in Gorseinon SA4; however, none of them are in Lime Street. The asking prices of these properties range from £87,000 to £500,000 and their average asking price is £159,779. One of the properties that has come on to the market in Gorseinon SA4 most recently, was on Gwalia Close. It was listed as for sale on 22/07/2017 with an asking price of £94,950.
At the moment Mouseprice.com lists 2 properties for rent in Gorseinon SA4. None of them are in Lime Street. Both these properties can be viewed on Mouseprice.com.