Mather Avenue
Liverpool
L19 4TE

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Residents and Property Prices

Address Last sold Price Occupier info
487, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE View Details
473, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE 30 Jan 1995 £51,000 View Details
485, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE View Details
475, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE View Details
477, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE 11 Jan 2013 £140,000 View Details
489, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE View Details
461, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE View Details
479, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE 12 May 2003 £29,000 View Details
453, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE View Details
491, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE View Details
463, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE 06 Jun 2014 £134,000 View Details
465, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE View Details
457, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE 30 Jul 2004 £85,000 View Details
483, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE 27 Mar 1996 £37,675 View Details
467, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE 15 Jul 1999 £46,000 View Details
455, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE View Details
471, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE View Details
481, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE View Details
469, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE 14 Feb 1997 £38,500 View Details
459, Mather Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L19 4TE View Details

Businesses in L19 4TE

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Demographic Area Profile - CAMEO Summary

Area: L19 4TE
Area Type: Poorer Council Tenants Including Many Single Parents

The residents of this group typically occupy low quality terraces and small flats in cosmopolitan towns and suburbs. The majority rent social housing from the council or through housing associations, although some are struggling to pay a mortgage. Within these neighbourhoods live poorly paid office and manual workers. Educational attainment is very low and unemployment is the highest in the UK. These are generally family and single areas. They are typically credit hungry, striving to make ends meet and are often unable to meet repayments. These individuals more often than not read the tabloid press.