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Does a corner plot add value to your property?

Asked on Apr 5 2011, House Prices in Rhyl | Report content

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  • Being a corner plot usually implies that the property is set within a larger garden than the the neighbouring properties. This will generally make the property more desirable than an identical house with a smaller garden. Therefore you are more likely to achive a slightly higher asking price.

    Answered on Apr 6 2011, Report content
  • I’d recommend speaking with a local estate agent to confirm your property’s value.

    Answered on Apr 6 2011, Report content
  • A corner plot can de-value a property when the main/back garden area is exposed to the road, giving little privacy. If your corner plot is large and your main/back garden is large and private, then it could have more value.

    Answered on Apr 7 2011, Report content
  • It can work in both ways, depending on the layout of the property. Agreeing with the answers above, if the garden area is overlooking the road, then it does mean that there is little privacy, and therefore could devalue the property. On the other hand, it may mean the property is slightly bigger than others on the same road, therefore it may also add value.

    Answered on Apr 13 2011, Report content

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