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Group of 4 flats at the address, but does look as though Flat 3 overpaid.

Edit: upmystreet shows that flats have risen from about 64% of the national average to 24% above - so unless the area has changed structurally in that time there is a long way to fall back ...

Edit: in light of FTB1's comments below ...

These are the sort of flats in the area - 1-bed conversions (so yes, probably not exactly the same :) )

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Flat 3: No 58

16/03/2001 - £69,000

14/02/2003 - £105,000

03/09/2004 - £139,999

Edited by spline

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Group of 4 flats at the address, but does look as though Flat 3 overpaid.

Are all of the flats the same then?

There are plenty of conversion blocks in my areas that contain everything from £130k studios to £300k 2 beds.

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