44 Grosvenor Crescent, London, NW9 9DA

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£514,500 01 Nov 18 -


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44 Grosvenor Crescent, LONDON
44 Grosvenor Crescent, LONDON..
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A popular residential road within quarter of a mile of the Kingsbury High Street facilitating Kingsbury Jubilee Line tube station (zone 4) making a commute to Central London in around 30 minutes, a variety of shops and restaurants, The Gym and numerous bus routes giving access to the neighbouring areas such as Edgware, Kenton, Colindale and Wembley. This 3 bedroom mid terrace house , with a th

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Grosvenor Crescent in London NW9 comprises 62 properties. Almost all properties are residential (i.e. there are 61 homes in Grosvenor Crescent). The information on these homes provided below comes from data submitted to us directly by the general public, Mouseprice.com data and data from third-parties. Much more information can be found throughout the Mouseprice website, including the free valuations on each property.

The least expensive recorded transaction in Grosvenor Crescent is 41, which sold on 29/03/1996 for £76,000. The most expensive house purchase in Grosvenor Crescent is 44, which sold on 01/11/2018 for £514,500. The most recent transaction to have been recorded in Grosvenor Crescent was 44. It sold on 01/11/2018 for £514,500. Visit the Brent area guide on the Mouseprice.com website for more house price related information.

There are 4 flats, apartments or maisonettes on Grosvenor Crescent. Three of these properties were built eighty-nine years ago in 1930. The value of the properties on Grosvenor Crescent is, on average, £465,395, which makes it similar in price to many of the other places to live in NW9 London, where the average house price is £468,812. This price is calculated using an automated valuation estimate (called an AVM) provided on the Mouseprice website. They are calculated based on a reasonable number of transactions in Grosvenor Crescent that have been recorded since 1/01/1995.

There are many properties for sale in London NW9 which are listed on Mouseprice.com.  However, none of them are on Grosvenor Crescent. The lowest asking price is currently £195,000 for a property on Edgware Road, while the highest is £1,150,000 for a property on Salmon Street. The average asking price for all the properties in London NW9 is £536,751. The most recent property to have been listed as for sale on the Mouseprice.com website is located on Fryent Grove and was added on 13/06/2019 with an asking price of £720,000. This currently remains the same.

There are no properties for rent in Grosvenor Crescent that are listed on the Mouseprice.com website, however, there are 22 properties for rent in London NW9. You can visit the For Rent section of the Mouseprice.com website to view all of these properties, as well as many others.

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