Warren Road
Folkestone
CT19 6DL

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Residents and Property Prices

Address Last sold Price Occupier info
49, Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DL 11 Aug 2006 £170,000 View Details
48, Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DL View Details
59, Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DL 14 Sep 2017 £240,000 View Details
45, Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DL 22 Sep 2014 £186,000 View Details
44, Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DL 11 Jul 2017 £175,000 View Details
57, Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DL 15 Apr 2002 £74,000 View Details
47, Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DL View Details
55, Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DL View Details
46, Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DL View Details
42, Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DL 20 Nov 2015 £145,000 View Details
51, Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DL 18 Aug 2017 £235,000 View Details
52, Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DL View Details
53, Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DL 05 Nov 2009 £174,995 View Details
63, Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DL View Details
61, Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DL 19 Mar 2004 £133,000 View Details
50, Warren Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6DL 13 Aug 2009 £127,000 View Details

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Demographic Area Profile - CAMEO Summary

Area: CT19 6DL
Area Type: Poorer Family & Single Parent Households

Comprising singles, couples and families, these neighbourhoods are exemplified by council and housing association tenants. However some of the types within this group are mortgagees. Situated in poorer suburbs and small towns they typically reside in low rise flats, semis and terraces. Poorly educated, these residents are mainly employed in low paid unskilled and blue collar occupations, with some working in offices. There are many households with a single income, some of those being single parents. Levels of unemployment and payment default feature significantly in these areas.