Want to see how much the regeneration properties are being sold for?
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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