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16/07/2007 10 Wricklemarsh Road Freehold Semi-Detached £365,000

28/07/2005 18 Wricklemarsh Road Freehold Semi-Detached £372,500

05/11/2004 15 Wricklemarsh Road Freehold Semi-Detached £340,000

25/04/2003 24 Wricklemarsh Road Freehold Semi-Detached £215,000

12/06/2002 15 Wricklemarsh Road Freehold Semi-Detached £285,000

30/11/2001 18 Wricklemarsh Road Freehold Semi-Detached £269,000

14/08/2001 23 Wricklemarsh Road Freehold Semi-Detached £238,000

Interesting that Foxtons of all people ;) think he will get 650! I wonder what was wrong with no. 10 as prices don't seem to have moved much over the last few years.

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16/07/2007 10 Wricklemarsh Road Freehold Semi-Detached £365,000

28/07/2005 18 Wricklemarsh Road Freehold Semi-Detached £372,500

05/11/2004 15 Wricklemarsh Road Freehold Semi-Detached £340,000

25/04/2003 24 Wricklemarsh Road Freehold Semi-Detached £215,000

12/06/2002 15 Wricklemarsh Road Freehold Semi-Detached £285,000

30/11/2001 18 Wricklemarsh Road Freehold Semi-Detached £269,000

14/08/2001 23 Wricklemarsh Road Freehold Semi-Detached £238,000

Interesting that Foxtons of all people ;) think he will get 650! I wonder what was wrong with no. 10 as prices don't seem to have moved much over the last few years.

Looking at others on the market on that road (which is not in the best of areas.....) loads have been bought up by 'developers' and done up as luxury places on the inside, atlhough all the other ones appear to be closer to 350,000. And i realised after the post that the 650,000 is smack bang next to the a2 rochester relief road/tunnel approach. Although the description does say it's handy for the a roads into london :lol::lol::lol:

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  • 297 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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