Property sales in L22 2 postcode area - page 12 Sefton

This is a map and list of properties recently sold in the L22 2 postcode area in the UK covering the areas of Waterloo, Sefton, based on the records of the Land Registry

AddressTypeDatePrice
2 Rosebery Avenue, Brighton Le Sands, L22 2BHSemi-detached (freehold)1996-07-27£55,000
22 Selsdon Road, Brighton Le Sands, L22 2ADSemi-detached (freehold)1996-05-24£53,250
18 Myrtle Grove, Liverpool, L22 2AGSemi-detached (freehold)1996-05-10£52,000
35 Brooke Road East, Liverpool, L22 2ANSemi-detached (freehold)1996-04-03£68,000
25 Canterbury Avenue, Liverpool, L22 2AXSemi-detached (freehold)1996-04-01£54,000
21 Laurel Grove, Waterloo, L22 2AFSemi-detached (freehold)1996-03-29£47,000
30 Pinehurst Avenue, Brighton Le Sands, L22 2AZSemi-detached (freehold)1996-01-31£56,000
19 Laurel Grove, Waterloo, L22 2AFSemi-detached (freehold)1995-12-08£46,000
8 Alder Grove, Liverpool, L22 2ALSemi-detached (freehold)1995-11-30£54,000
84 Brooke Road West, Brighton Le Sands, L22 2BQSemi-detached (freehold)1995-09-22£49,000
28 Lichfield Avenue, Liverpool, L22 2AUSemi-detached (freehold)1995-07-03£56,500
9 Cedar Grove, Waterloo, L22 2AESemi-detached (freehold)1995-06-14£38,500
7 Devonshire Road, Brighton Le Sands, L22 2AJSemi-detached (freehold)1995-05-26£45,000
18 Cedar Grove, Waterloo, L22 2AESemi-detached (freehold)1995-05-24£58,000
20 Worcester Avenue, Waterloo, L22 2BBSemi-detached (freehold)1995-02-28£58,500
26 Selsdon Road, Brighton Le Sands, L22 2ADTerraced (freehold)1995-02-24£38,000
22 Brooke Road East, Liverpool, L22 2AWSemi-detached (freehold)1995-01-20£58,000
48 Brooke Road East, Liverpool, L22 2AWSemi-detached (freehold)1995-01-20£53,000
19 Somerville Grove, Liverpool, L22 2ARSemi-detached (freehold)1995-01-06£52,500
25 Somerville Grove, Liverpool, L22 2ARSemi-detached (freehold)1995-01-06£55,950

This data covers the transactions received at Land Registry in the period 1995 to 2021.
Data produced by HM Land Registry © Crown copyright 2021.

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.