House Prices in Gerard Street, Brighton, BN1

On average, properties in Gerard Street, Brighton, are worth £561,000 or £557 per square foot.

House prices have fallen over the past year, with an average home decreasing in value by £14,100.

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Average value
£561,000
Average size
1,034 sq ft
Cost per sq ft
£557
Value change 1yr
-2.5%

20 properties found

1, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
1,020 sq ft
Size
1900-1929
Built
£536,000
Last sold, Jun 2018
£645,000 ± £44K
Value estimate

2, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
1,010 sq ft
Size
Before 1900
Built
£236,000
Last sold, Dec 2005
£535,000 ± £91K
Value estimate

3, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
840 sq ft
Size
Before 1900
Built
£244,950
Last sold, Nov 2009
£477,000 ± £68K
Value estimate

4, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
Not found
Size
Not found
Built
£215,000
Last sold, Sep 2004
£510,000 ± £90K
Value estimate

5, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
Not found
Size
Not found
Built
£86,450
Last sold, Oct 1998
£519,000 ± £121K
Value estimate

8, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
1,120 sq ft
Size
1900-1929
Built
£382,500
Last sold, Aug 2014
£562,000 ± £57K
Value estimate

10, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Semi-detached
Type
Not found
Size
Not found
Built
£206,000
Last sold, Mar 2003
£499,000 ± £93K
Value estimate

12, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
1,400 sq ft
Size
Before 1900
Built
£310,000
Last sold, Oct 2013
£558,000 ± £66K
Value estimate

14, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
1,210 sq ft
Size
Before 1900
Built
£445,000
Last sold, Feb 2015
£648,000 ± £64K
Value estimate

16, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
870 sq ft
Size
1900-1929
Built
£271,500
Last sold, Dec 2006
£557,000 ± £89K
Value estimate

17, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
910 sq ft
Size
1900-1929
Built
£408,000
Last sold, Nov 2018
£489,000 ± £32K
Value estimate

19, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
Not found
Size
Not found
Built
£139,500
Last sold, Dec 2000
£540,000 ± £115K
Value estimate

20, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
Not found
Size
Not found
Built
£103,000
Last sold, Mar 1999
£597,000 ± £137K
Value estimate

22, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
1,110 sq ft
Size
Before 1900
Built
£525,000
Last sold, Aug 2019
£617,000 ± £37K
Value estimate

23, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Semi-detached
Type
Not found
Size
Not found
Built
£248,000
Last sold, May 2006
£502,000 ± £81K
Value estimate

24, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
880 sq ft
Size
Before 1900
Built
£390,000
Last sold, Jul 2016
£506,000 ± £42K
Value estimate

25, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
950 sq ft
Size
Before 1900
Built
£515,000
Last sold, Mar 2018
£622,000 ± £43K
Value estimate

28, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
1,090 sq ft
Size
Before 1900
Built
£506,500
Last sold, Sep 2017
£612,000 ± £44K
Value estimate

29, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
Not found
Size
Not found
Built
£310,000
Last sold, Dec 2008
£675,000 ± £103K
Value estimate

30, Gerard Street, Brighton, Brighton And Hove, BN1 4NW

Terraced
Type
Not found
Size
Not found
Built
£235,000
Last sold, Aug 2005
£547,000 ± £94K
Value estimate

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