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54 Egerton Crescent, London, SW3 2ED

A property that sold at a similar time and price as 54 Egerton Crescent, SW3 2ED, recently sold again. Flat 7 19 Collingham Gardens, SW5 0HL, which was bought for £450,000.00 on 05/03/1999 was sold for £2,195,000.00 on 01/10/2012. This is a price change of 12.4% per year. If this price change were applied to the £430,000.00 that was paid for 54 Egerton Crescent, SW3 2ED, this would imply a current house price of £2,483,000.00. Bear in mind that this is simply the experience of only one out of the millions of homes in the country - the true value could well be very different from this.

Egerton Crescent in Kensington And Chelsea SW3 comprises 40 homes - all are residential which means there aren’t any commercial properties in Egerton Crescent. The Egerton Crescent information displayed below comes from third-party data, Mouseprice.com data and comments which have been sent in by the general public. For more information on the property market, please explore the rest of the Mouseprice website, where you can find free valuation estimates for every property in England and Wales, area guides for your local postcode district and much more!

The property sale that has the highest recorded price in Egerton Crescent to date is 37, which sold for £12,000,000 on 20/04/2012. The least expensive house purchase in Egerton Crescent is Flat 1 26 - 27, which sold for £260,000 on 26/03/1997. The most recently recorded transaction in Egerton Crescent was 52, which sold for £10,500,000 on 29/08/2013. More information on house price related stats, trends and graphs is available on the Kensington And Chelsea area guide on the Mouseprice.com website.

Egerton Crescent contains 8 flats (including apartments and maisonettes). Some of these properties are relatively old, as at least 1 of them was built 130 years ago. Properties on Egerton Crescent are, on average, worth £7,937,442, which makes it one of the more expensive parts of SW3 Kensington And Chelsea, where the average house price is £1,971,043. This price is calculated with the automated valuations that are available on the Mouseprice website. These automated valuations are known in the mortgage lending industry as AVMs. There is reasonable AVM coverage for Kensington And Chelsea SW3.  The property valuation estimates are supported by the 44 transactions which have been recorded in Egerton Crescent since 1/01/1995 by HM Land Registry.

There are currently no properties for sale in Egerton Crescent that are listed on Mouseprice.com. There are, however, many properties for sale in Kensington And Chelsea SW3. Their asking prices are between £5,000 for a property on Christchurch Street and £8,250,000 for a property on Flood Street, while the average asking price is £1,646,272. The property which was put on the market in Kensington And Chelsea SW3 most recently was on Elystan Street, SW3. It had an asking price of £1,600,000 on 18/08/2014. This price currently remains the same.

There are currently no properties for rent in Egerton Crescent that are listed on the Mouseprice.com website, but there are 744 properties for rent in Kensington And Chelsea SW3. All these properties and many others can be viewed on the Mouseprice.com website.

For families with children at either Marlborough Primary School or Knightsbridge School, living on Egerton Crescent would mean a very quick school run as you'd be a stone's throw away from both Draycott Avenue and Pont Street, where they are located. Living on Egerton Crescent would also make picking up your large packages very easy, as the local Royal Mail depot is close at hand on Exhibition Road. As well as that, banking is made easy for residents of Egerton Crescent, who have a branch of Natwest bank just around the corner in the Kensington Business Centre. Not very useful if you don't bank with Natwest though! Another advantage of living on Egerton Crescent is that there is a petrol station close by. Living on Egerton Crescent also means that you are just minutes away from Marks & Spencer on Brompton Road. This is popular amongst locals and useful for those shopping needs. Additionally, living in Egerton Crescent means that you will be in close proximity to the Royal Marsden Hospital on Fulham Road. This is great news if you have an accident, but not so fantastic in terms of the possible noise from ambulances. However, the biggest advantage is that food shopping is very convenient, as there is a Sainsbury's supermarket a short walk away on Sloane Avenue.

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