Sold prices in Humber Way, Newcastle, Staffordshire

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27 matching properties found in Humber Way, Newcastle, Staffordshire.
Name Type Last sale date Last sale price
4 Humber Way, Newcastle Semi-Detached May 24, 2021 £126,500
7 Humber Way, Newcastle Terraced Jul 24, 2020 £125,000
6 Humber Way, Newcastle Semi-Detached Oct 31, 2017 £108,500
11 Humber Way, Newcastle Terraced May 30, 2014 £101,000
22 Humber Way, Newcastle Terraced Nov 7, 2003 £66,500
1 Humber Way, Newcastle Terraced Sep 5, 2003 £78,000
24 Humber Way, Newcastle Terraced Apr 28, 2000 £41,000
10 Humber Way, Newcastle Terraced Jul 26, 1995 £28,000
20 Humber Way, Newcastle Terraced May 12, 1995 £17,700
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What is the average price in Newcastle?

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What are the most expensive streets in Newcastle?

The most expensive roads in Newcastle are Seabridge Lane, Whitmore Road Fermain Close, Leys Drive, Sneyd Avenue, Walleys Drive, which are priced at £525,500, £289,000 £500,000, £390,000, £425,000, £295,000, respectively.

What are the cheapest streets in Newcastle?

The cheapest roads in Newcastle are Victoria Street, Grove Street, Booth Street, which are priced at £70,000, £90,000, £92,000, respectively.

What schools are there in Newcastle?

Nearby schools in Newcastle include Oaklands Nursery School, Hassell Primary School, May Bank Infants' School, St John's CofE (C) Primary School, St Chad's CofE (C) Primary School

What stations are there in Newcastle?

Nearby stations in Newcastle include Longport Station, Stoke On Trent Station, Kidsgrove Station, Longton Station, Alsager Station.

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