Map of CH4 0FD postcode

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Postcode: CH4 0FD
Approx address:

Local places



Latitude Latitude: 53.162082
Longitude Longitude: -3.003433
Easting Easting: 333007
Northing Northing: 363243
Grid reference: SJ330632
UTM reference: 30U 499770 5890301

Administrative areas

Parish: Broughton and Bretton
Ward: Broughton South
District: Flintshire
Constituency: Alyn and Deeside
Country: Wales


Date introduced: June 1997
Last updated: December 2014
User type: Small (addresses receive less than 25 items of mail per day)
Quality: Within the building of the matched address closest to the postcode mean

Census 2011

Population: 25
Households: 9
Rural/urban: Rural town and fringe
Built up area: Broughton (Flintshire)
Lower layer super output area: Flintshire 015B

Properties recently sold in this postcode

2014-01-097 Penny Bank Close, Broughton£204,995Detached (freehold)
2006-09-117 Penny Bank Close, Broughton£213,000Detached (freehold)
2006-09-054 Penny Bank Close, Broughton£149,950Semi-detached (freehold)
2004-04-077 Penny Bank Close, Broughton£193,500Detached (freehold)
2003-02-283 Penny Bank Close, Broughton£108,000Semi-detached (freehold)
2002-11-156 Penny Bank Close, Broughton£109,950Detached (freehold)
2001-12-125 Penny Bank Close, Broughton£105,500Detached (freehold)
1998-09-148 Penny Bank Close, Broughton£105,000Detached (freehold)
1998-06-129 Penny Bank Close, Broughton£72,950Detached (freehold)
1997-06-138 Penny Bank Close, Broughton£94,238New build detached (freehold)
1997-06-065 Penny Bank Close, Broughton£84,950New build detached (freehold)
1997-04-301 Penny Bank Close, Broughton£92,950New build detached (freehold)
1997-03-272 Penny Bank Close, Broughton£91,500New build detached (freehold)
1997-03-274 Penny Bank Close, Broughton£59,950New build semi-detached (freehold)
1997-02-206 Penny Bank Close, Broughton£65,950New build detached (freehold)

This data covers the transactions received at Land Registry in the period January 1995 to October 2014.
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