• eg Church Road

  • eg York, YO26 or YO26 4YG

A total of 11 sales were recorded in Albany Court since January 2005. Click on an address for a map and further information, including local schools, hospitals, crime figures and more.

Sale dateAddressPriceProperty typeLease type
Dec 9 201317 Albany Court£187,500TerracedFreehold
Mar 14 20137 Albany Court£229,000TerracedFreehold
Apr 4 20122 Albany Court£199,950TerracedFreehold
Jul 1 201110 Albany Court£195,000Semi-detachedFreehold
Aug 24 20107 Albany Court£229,000TerracedFreehold
Jun 2 20106 Albany Court£210,000TerracedFreehold
Dec 17 200717 Albany Court£50,000Flat/MaisonetteFreehold
May 31 20078 Albany Court£212,500Semi-detachedFreehold
Apr 27 20077 Albany Court£200,000TerracedFreehold
Dec 7 20062 Albany Court£186,000TerracedFreehold
May 9 20056 Albany Court£197,000TerracedFreehold

Average Sold Prices for Albany Court


TypeSalesAverage Price
Flat/Maisonette1 £50,000
Terraced8 £204,806
Semi-detached2 £203,750
All11 £190,541

Map showing Albany Court

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