Friday, 19 February 2010

Hackney £518 per sq foot, Chelsea £690 per sq foot

Primelocation blog says: "Here’s what £1 million can buy you in ten of Britain’s largest cities:

"In Kensington and Chelsea, £1 million will get you 1,443 sq ft – that’s a two/three bed flat in a Victorian terrace conversion – working out as £690 per sq/ft.

"In Hackney, you’ll get slightly more: a three-bed Georgian terraced house of 1,928 sq ft, costing you £518 per sq ft."

WALFORD AND DALSTON - 436% rise in property prices...

According to research reported by Digital Spy: "Property prices on Albert Square (based of Fasset Square Dalston) have increased by 436% during EastEnders' 25 years on the air...

"The Walford homes were reportedly worth an average of £122,813 when the BBC soap first hit screens in 1985, but a typical Square residence would now cost £574,764."

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