Property sales in B43 5 postcode area - page 53 Birmingham

This is a map and list of properties recently sold in the B43 5 postcode area in the UK covering the areas of Great Barr, Hamstead, Pheasey, Birmingham, based on the records of the Land Registry

AddressTypeDatePrice
62 Hembs Crescent, Great Barr, B43 5DGSemi-detached (freehold)1995-08-10£58,950
16 Norbreck Close, Birmingham, B43 5SFSemi-detached (freehold)1995-08-04£40,000
34 Waddington Avenue, Great Barr, B43 5JGSemi-detached (freehold)1995-07-28£52,000
179 Waddington Avenue, Great Barr, B43 5JDSemi-detached (freehold)1995-07-21£51,500
66 Woodfort Road, Birmingham, B43 5QPTerraced (freehold)1995-07-10£49,000
84 Gorse Farm Road, Birmingham, B43 5LRSemi-detached (leasehold)1995-07-07£47,000
95 Highfield Road, Great Barr, B43 5AHSemi-detached (freehold)1995-06-30£47,000
6 Amberley Green, Great Barr, B43 5TJSemi-detached (leasehold)1995-05-30£46,000
129 Waddington Avenue, Great Barr, B43 5JDSemi-detached (freehold)1995-04-28£42,500
16 Broomhill Lane, Great Barr, B43 5LDDetached (leasehold)1995-04-28£77,000
269 Hamstead Road, Great Barr, B43 5TASemi-detached (leasehold)1995-04-21£49,000
63 Woodfort Road, Birmingham, B43 5QNSemi-detached (freehold)1995-04-13£59,950
19 Allendale Grove, Great Barr, B43 5RYSemi-detached (freehold)1995-04-07£51,000
28 Newton Gardens, Birmingham, B43 5DXSemi-detached (leasehold)1995-04-07£48,500
4 Gorse Farm Road, Birmingham, B43 5LTSemi-detached (freehold)1995-04-07£56,000
3 Valerie Grove, Birmingham, B43 5DHSemi-detached (freehold)1995-03-31£54,500
227 Jayshaw Avenue, Great Barr, B43 5RJSemi-detached (freehold)1995-03-10£53,300
44 Linden Avenue, Birmingham, B43 5JUTerraced (leasehold)1995-01-27£45,000
228 Jayshaw Avenue, Great Barr, B43 5RHSemi-detached (freehold)1995-01-20£56,000

This data covers the transactions received at Land Registry in the period 1995 to 2020.
Data produced by HM Land Registry © Crown copyright 2020.

Notes

The average price shown is the geometric mean which multiplies all sales prices together then takes the square root. This should reduce the impact of sales of very expensive houses.
No adjustments are made for seasonal variations, so average prices will not match the Land Registry's own figures
Sales in the final month are always lower than earlier months, due to that month's data not being complete.