New Street
Plymouth
PL1 2ND

Phil Spencer's Property Report
Phil Spencer's Property Report

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Residents and Property Prices

Address Last sold Price Occupier info
44a, New Street, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 2ND 16 Feb 2017 £179,950 View Details
44c, New Street, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 2ND 07 Apr 2000 £34,000 View Details
Flat 3, 44, New Street, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 2ND View Details
44b, New Street, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 2ND 11 Jul 2016 £127,000 View Details
45, New Street, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 2ND 09 Feb 2017 £355,000 View Details
43, New Street, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 2ND 12 Feb 2010 £285,500 View Details
44, New Street, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 2ND 18 Nov 2016 £175,000 View Details
45a, New Street, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 2ND 02 Nov 2007 £250,000 View Details
Flat C, 44, New Street, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 2ND View Details
Flat 2, 44, New Street, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 2ND View Details

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Businesses in PL1 2ND

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Castledyke Management Company Limited - Estate Management Services

44, New Street, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 2ND
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Demographic Area Profile - CAMEO Summary

Area: PL1 2ND
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.