Station Lane
Wakefield
WF3 3DY

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Phil Spencer's Property Report

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Residents and Property Prices

Address Last sold Price Occupier info
45, Station Lane, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF3 3DY View Details
43, Station Lane, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF3 3DY 08 May 2015 £130,000 View Details
41, Station Lane, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF3 3DY View Details
47, Station Lane, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF3 3DY 27 Jul 2001 £73,000 View Details
35, Station Lane, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF3 3DY View Details
33, Station Lane, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF3 3DY 30 Jun 1999 £48,000 View Details
39, Station Lane, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF3 3DY View Details
37, Station Lane, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF3 3DY 18 Apr 2008 £125,000 View Details

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Businesses in WF3 3DY

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D Hartley & Sons - Builders

41, Station Lane, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF3 3DY
T: 01924 829599
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Demographic Area Profile - CAMEO Summary

Area: WF3 3DY
Area Type: Poorer White & Blue Collar Workers

Poorer and older than those in the "Less Affluent Singles and Students" group, these residents encompass a mixture of couples and singles, some with children. There are also pockets of pensioners. Properties are typically smaller low quality terraces and semis, mainly mortgaged and located amongst and on the outskirts of urban centres. Typical employment includes manual and poorly paid white collar occupations. Unemployment is above the national average and car ownership is low. Mail order channels are often used to spread payments and to earn additional income through commission but levels of credit risk are above the UK average.