Hasker Street
London
SW3 2LQ

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Residents and Property Prices

Address Last sold Price Occupier info
48, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ 27 Apr 2012 £3,125,000 View Details
52a, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ 03 Nov 2009 £2,312,500   View Details
44, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ View Details
56, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ 23 Oct 1997 £585,000 View Details
46, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ 14 May 1999 £568,750 View Details
36, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ View Details
34, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ 19 Jul 1999 £730,000 View Details
28, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ View Details
38, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ View Details
30, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ View Details
42, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ View Details
32, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ View Details
40, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ View Details
52, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ View Details
54, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ 14 Aug 2000 £860,000 View Details
50, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ View Details

Businesses in SW3 2LQ

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Maylands Developments Llp

42, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ
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Providence Court Investments Brackley Ltd - Estate Agents

42, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ
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Providence Court Investments Ltd - Property Developers

42, Hasker Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2LQ
T: 020 7584 5019
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Demographic Area Profile - CAMEO Summary

Area: SW3 2LQ
Area Type: Affluent Singles & Couples In Exclusive Urban Neighbourhoods

Located in fashionable city and suburban areas, these affluent neighbourhoods are characterised by pre and post-family couples and singles. These residents live in small but expensive flats and terraces which they typically rent or mortgage, although some are wholly owned. Highly qualified, they represent the highest proportion of company directors in the UK. Others are employed in professional and white collar occupations in the service, IT and financial sectors. They frequently use the internet and read the quality press. They are active investors with a lower than average credit risk.