If you’re selling a house in Morden, read on for our handy area guide to help you market your house to prospective buyers.
Located in Merton, Morden has remained surprisingly rural due to its late expansion, having remained sleepy and undeveloped until the 1920s when the tube arrived.
It’s an area popular with commuters, but families often move here too in order to be away from the city centre. Morden underground station is the primary transport link, though Morden South railway station and Morden Road tram stop are also in the nearby vicinity. Thirteen buses connect Morden with other areas on London, and night bus services also operate to the area.
Families will be more interested to hear about the area itself: highlight the large nearby park and the old, interesting architecture that gives the area character.
The most expensive recorded transaction in Morden was £3,750,000 on 15 June 2015. The most recent recorded sale in Morden was £396,000 on 25 August 2016. Properties in Morden have an average price of £472,447 over the last 3 years.
▲ +18% since 2016
Average selling prices in last 12 months by types
Morden has 42 schools with capacities ranging from 15 to 1220. There are a number of schools that cater for special educational needs. There is a mix of Foundation School, Community School, Voluntary Aided School, Other Independent Special School, Community Special School, Further Education, Pupil Referral Unit, EY Setting in the area.
It's a Mixed Foundation School for children aged 11 to 18. The school enrols 1220 students.
A Mixed Community School for pupils 11 to 16 years. The school enrols 1200 students.
It's a Mixed Community School for children aged 3 to 11. The school enrols 420 students.
Pupils aged 3 to 11 attend this Mixed Community School. The school enrols 420 students.
Pupils aged 3 to 11 attend this Mixed Voluntary Aided School. The schools has a capacity of 420 pupils.
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