Detailed Property Data for 24 Cozens Lane East

24 Cozens Lane East

Carlton

EN10 NG4 3JA
House
3
1
678 sqft
Long Let Gross Yield
Buyer Demand
Turnover per month
4.0%
54
32%
Property data for postcode district en10. Last updated December 17th, 2022 at 11:08 AM
Built FormSemi-Detached
Construction Age BandEngland and Wales: 1930-1949
Total floor area in square meters63 sqm
Last sold for£59,950 on 2001-09-28
Price per sqm at last sale£952
Price per sqft at last sale£88
TenureFreehold
Old/NewOld build
Property TypeHouse
Habitable Rooms4
Bedrooms3
Reception Rooms1

Housing Market Analysis for 24 Cozens Lane East

Local property data for 24 Cozens Lane East. 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 11:29 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.

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