One aspect of the Alton Estate regeneration which we of frequently is the impact of costs on prices of properties.
According to the Council paper ‘Appendix 3 to Paper No. 15-7’ – ‘The following properties were identified as part of the Masterplan consultation process as being proposed to be replaced with new homes’:
- 1-29 Danebury Ave
- 31A-B, 33, 61A-B, 89A-B, 37-115 Danebury Ave
- 1-45 Allbrook House
- 117-211 odd Danebury Ave
- 213-243 odd Danebury Ave
- 1-31 odd Harbridge Ave
- 33-83 odd Harbridge Ave
- 85-115 odd Harbridge Ave
- 2-32 even Harbridge Ave
- 34-84 even Harbridge Ave
- 1-28 Kingsclere Close
- 1-14 Portswood place
Unfortunately, post codes have not been provided though it is easy enough to find them via, for instance, Google.
There are a lot of websites out there which can assist one with finding out how a property was sold for, and one example is Zoopla.
- Go to – http://www.zoopla.co.uk/house-prices/
- Enter a post code, such as SW15 4EZ for Harbridge Avenue
- Click on ‘Search’
- Then the details show up.
A couple of examples are;
- 18 Harbridge Avenue SW15 4EZ – sold in December 2014 for £280,000
- 50 Harbridge Avenue SW15 4EZ – sold in November 2016 for £345,000
You would need to check the website details to see what conditions there are with the information, for instance, there may be a time lag between sale of the property and when it is placed on the website.
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