Detailed Property Data for 2 The Mews

2 The Mews

Lancaster

EN10 LA1 4AJ
House
5
2
1195 sqft
Long Let Gross Yield
Buyer Demand
Turnover per month
6.9%
61
27%
Property data for postcode district en10. Last updated December 17th, 2022 at 11:08 AM
Built FormEnd-Terrace
Construction Age BandEngland and Wales: 1900-1929
Total floor area in square meters111 sqm
Last sold for£167,000 on 2007-10-01
Price per sqm at last sale£1,505
Price per sqft at last sale£140
TenureFreehold
Old/NewOld build
Property TypeHouse
Habitable Rooms7
Bedrooms5
Reception Rooms2

Housing Market Analysis for 2 The Mews

Local property data for 2 The Mews. Market analytics including house price growth, long-let gross rental yield, buyer demand, average asking price, the average price per square foot and average rent per week

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Property data for postcode en10. Last updated January 14th, 2023 at 11:33 AM

The Cost of Rooms to Rent in EN10

The following data is for the HMO (House of Multiple Occupation) rental market in en10, looking at the monthly cost-per-room across different room styles. Here, we compare the per-week cost to rent a single room with a shared bathroom, a double room with a shared bathroom, a single room with an ensuite bathroom and a double room with an ensuite room.

Double Room / Shared Bathroom£107/wk(avg.) (£90-£135)*

HMO room rental data for postcode district en10. Last updated February 8th, 2023 at 11:01 PM. *Spread calculated at a range of 90pc

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