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About Brics Mortimer Silk - London

Brics Mortimer Silk London mainly list properties in CR7. Over the last 6 months, they've listed 0 properties, with 1 currently on the market. They list properties for sale on OnTheMarket.

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86-90 Paul St, London, Greater London 86-90 Paul St, London, Greater London, EC2A 4NE

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  1. In April 2020 the number of properties listed was 0
  2. In May 2020 the number of properties listed was 0
  3. In June 2020 the number of properties listed was 0
  4. In July 2020 the number of properties listed was 0
  5. In August 2020 the number of properties listed was 2
  6. In September 2020 the number of properties listed was 2
  7. In October 2020 the number of properties listed was 2

Properties listed and sold by Brics Mortimer Silk - London

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Most Active Postcode
CR7
    22nd August
  • New Listing
    Melfort road, Thorton Heath CR7
    2 bed • £275,000
  • 21st August
  • New Listing
    Chartwell House, Prince of Wales Drive, Battersea Park SW11
    2 bed • £1,200,000
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