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Property details for 92 Berkeley Street, Scunthorpe DN15 7LN

Terraced house, Freehold - Edit
Zoopla Estimate: £48,000

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    £48,000
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  • Value change
    850 (1.8%) 1,600 (3.4%) 4,750 (11.0%) 4,100 (9.3%) 7,200 (17.5%) 5,400 (12.6%) 5,450 (12.8%)  
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  • Rental value
    £250 pcm
  • Confidence level
    61
  • Value range
    £43,000 - £54,000
  • Rental range
    £250 - £300 pcm

Monthly running costs Beta

£309 Monthly total
Remortgage
Average property value
Loan amount (60%) 28,800
Repayment term 25
Interest rate 0.5
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Energy costs explained

The estimated energy cost for this property is based on an average energy consumption of properties in this region.

Estimated consumption

Gas: 12700 kWh/year
Electricity: 3400 kWh/year

Source: National Energy Efficiency Data Framework

Council Tax

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North Lincolnshire

Estimated tax band A Council tax cost £105 /mo
when paid over 10 months
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Public info

Property type: Terraced house | Tenure: Freehold | Last sale: £15,000 | Sale date: 6th Oct 1995

This freehold terraced house is located at 92 Berkeley Street, Scunthorpe DN15 7LN and has an estimated current value of £48,000. Berkeley Street has 146 houses and flats on it with a average current value of £61,670, compared to an an average property value of £131,969 for DN15. There have been 18 property sales on Berkeley Street, DN15 over the last 5 years with an average house price paid of £50,861 and this terraced house was last sold on 6th Oct 1995 for £15,000. There are currently 151 houses and flats to buy in DN15 with an average asking price of £160,520 and 30 homes to rent in DN15 with an average asking rent of £122 pw.

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Market activity
Average price paid £127,769 Sales 341 Current average value £131,969 (Zoopla Zed-Index) Value change £3,442 ▲ 2.68%

Property value data/graphs for DN15

Property type Avg. current value Avg. £ per sq ft. Avg. # beds Avg. £ paid (last 12m)
Detached £211,467 £160 3.5 £197,770
Semi-detached £113,184 £130 3.0 £106,666
Terraced £80,648 £116 2.7 £78,411
Flats £76,229 £119 1.6 £66,645

Current asking prices in DN15

Average: £160,519
Avg. current asking prices in DN15
Property type 1 bed 2 beds 3 beds 4 beds 5 beds
Houses £81,617
(3)
£112,549
(22)
£135,539
(75)
£227,332
(33)
£364,983
(9)
Flats £62,570
(5)
£64,567
(6)
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All £69,712
(8)
£102,267
(28)
£135,539
(75)
£227,332
(33)
£364,983
(9)

Current asking rents in DN15

Average: £527 pcm
Avg. current asking prices in DN15
Property type 1 bed 2 beds 3 beds 4 beds 5 beds
Houses - £464 pcm
(6)
£515 pcm
(6)
£1,249 pcm
(3)
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Flats £344 pcm
(7)
£473 pcm
(8)
- - -
All £344 pcm
(7)
£469 pcm
(14)
£515 pcm
(6)
£1,249 pcm
(3)
-

Fun facts for DN15

Highest value in DN15
Highest value streets Zed-Index
Whitton Road £401,502
Goldcrest Close £354,529
Linnet Close £333,606
Chaffinch Close £328,670
School Lane £304,905
Highest turnover in DN15
Highest turnover streets Turnover
Dovedale Close 42.9%
Appleby 42.9%
Shelroy Close 42.1%
St. James Court 38.9%
Hayton Lane 38.5%

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