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Comparing House Prices: South Harrow vs. North Harrow

Let’s take a look at the differences in house prices between two areas in Harrow: South Harrow and North.

In South Harrow, the housing market has seen various average sold prices over the past 12 months. The overall average sold price for a property in this area is £449,362. Breaking it down by property type, detached houses in South Harrow have an average sold price of £693,813.

Semi-detached houses have sold for an average of £545,008, while terraced houses come in at an average price of £513,571. Flats in South Harrow have the lowest average sold price at £284,202.

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North Harrow, on the other hand, reflects slightly higher average sold prices compared to South Harrow. Over the last 12 months, the average sold price for a property in North Harrow is £568,492.

Detached houses in North Harrow have a significantly higher average sold price of £789,714. Semi-detached houses are also priced higher here, with an average sold price of £692,009.

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The Woodlands, North Harrow. Image: Google

Terraced houses in North Harrow have an average sold price of £551,475. Interestingly, flats in North Harrow, despite the overall higher property prices, have a lower average sold price than those in South Harrow, at £271,024.

Currently, the housing market in both South Harrow and North Harrow remains static. This suggests that there might not be significant fluctuations in property prices in the immediate future.

Whether this stability will lead to a rise or fall in prices remains to be seen, but for now, the market provides a clear picture of the current values for different property types in these areas.

Info taken from zoopla.co.uk

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