An ex-council flat in WC2 has hit the headlines after someone shelled out over £1.2m for it.
The three-bed on Tavistock Street (right) was bought for £130k in 1990 under the Right to Buy scheme, and hit the market with a £1.35m price tag last month. After eventually selling at £1.21m (£1082 per square foot), it’s been dubbed “the UK’s most expensive ex-local authority flat”.
Agents Barnard Marcus confirmed the buyer was an owner-occupier, not an investor, and said they weren’t surprised at the sale price, considering where it is…
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