Red Street
Gravesend
DA13 9QE

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Residents and Property Prices

Address Last sold Price Occupier info
The Dees, Red Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA13 9QE 17 Dec 2002 £195,000 View Details
Suki, Red Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA13 9QE View Details
Kilree, Red Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA13 9QE View Details
Auckland, Red Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA13 9QE View Details
Proctors, Red Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA13 9QE View Details
Fill Baskets, Red Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA13 9QE View Details
Homelea, Red Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA13 9QE 13 Dec 2002 £184,995 View Details
Rosedale, Red Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA13 9QE 20 Sep 2007 £630,000 View Details
Hall Cottage, Red Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA13 9QE 12 Aug 1999 £310,000 View Details
Red Street House, Red Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA13 9QE View Details
Wastdale, Red Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA13 9QE View Details

Businesses in DA13 9QE

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Taywell Services Ltd - Accounting Activites Primarily Bookeeping

Old Taywell, Gravesend, Kent, DA13 9QE
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The Marketing Consultancy.com Ltd

Rosedale, Red Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA13 9QE
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Lay Construction (kent) Ltd - Building Services

Rosedale, Red Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA13 9QE
T: 07802 757595
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Demographic Area Profile - CAMEO Summary

Area: DA13 9QE
Area Type: Wealthy Neighbourhoods Nearing & Enjoying Retirement

These neighbourhoods are home to an older and often retired population some with school age children. They tend to live in spacious detached and semi-detached properties in exclusive suburban and rural areas and own two or more cars. In many cases they have paid up their mortgage and enjoy a high disposable income earned as directors or professionals. Although qualifications are lower than the Affluent Singles & Couples group, they still remain high. They are extremely serious investors, being nine times more likely to have substantial shareholdings than the average. They are well able to maintain repayments and so represent a low credit risk. They read the quality press.