Mitchell Street
London
EC1V 3QL

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Phil Spencer's Property Report

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Residents and Property Prices

Address Last sold Price Occupier info
Flat 11, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL 08 Sep 2016 £757,500 View Details
Flat 26, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL 02 Nov 2007 £400,000   View Details
Flat 24, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 3QL View Details
Flat 15, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 3QL 22 Nov 1999 £145,000 View Details
Flat 30, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL View Details
Flat 12, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL View Details
Flat 19, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL 27 Sep 2002 £226,000 View Details
Flat 1, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL 11 Jul 2003 £249,995 View Details
Flat 9, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 3QL 01 Mar 2012 £410,000 View Details
Flat 17, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL View Details
Flat 13, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL View Details
Flat 4, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 3QL 29 Mar 2007 £328,000 View Details
Flat 8, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL View Details
Flat 28, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL View Details
Flat 5, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 3QL 10 Aug 2001 £179,000 View Details
Flat 25, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL 24 Mar 2005 £275,000   View Details
Flat 10, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL View Details
Flat 29, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL View Details
Flat 6, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL 22 Aug 2003 £249,995 View Details
Flat 20, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL View Details
Flat 2, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL 17 Oct 2014 £555,000 View Details
Flat 27, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL 02 Feb 2007 £320,000 View Details
Flat 21, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL View Details
Flat 7, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL 25 Sep 2003 £250,000 View Details
Flat 16, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL 31 Oct 2012 £435,000 View Details
Flat 23, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL View Details
Flat 22, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 3QL View Details

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Businesses in EC1V 3QL

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Silver Comedy Enterprises Ltd - Arts The

Flat 11, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, London, EC1V 3QL
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Agrex S A

Flat 23, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL
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Wise Technology Ltd - Business Services

Flat 15, Vickery Court, 40, Mitchell Street, Central, London, EC1V 3QL
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Demographic Area Profile - CAMEO Summary

Area: EC1V 3QL
Area Type: Less Affluent Family Neighbourhoods

These well established neighbourhoods comprise of moderately priced semi-detached and terraced properties in small towns and suburbs. These are typically family areas although we do see some individuals living alone or co-habiting. Less affluent and less educated than those in the "Comfortable Mixed Tenure" group, these residents are either starting out in their careers, bringing in a single income to support a family household or merely working in lower paid positions. Their credit risk reflects the national average. They are frequent users of the internet and typically purchase from catalogues.