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image  Queens Gate Gardens, South Kensington, London, SW7

image  ££16,000,000

image 11 Bedrooms
image 7 Receptions
image 10 Bathrooms
image For Sale


 5 x Luxurious Apartments
 Investment Opportunity
 Imposing Victorian Building
 Approx. 9,123 sq. ft.
 Views over Queen's Gate Gardens
 Close to Gloucester Road Tube Station
 Roof Terrace
  Communal Gardens

Property Description

A rare opportunity to acquire this imposing stucco fronted Victorian building arranged as 5 residential apartments all enjoying views over Queens Gate Gardens. The building maintains its original features with an impressive hallway, Victorian mosaic flooring, decorative cornicing and a wonderful staircase.

An attractive stucco fronted mid terraced freehold building comprising five residential apartments configured as a ground and lower ground floor maisonette, apartments on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors, with a 4th and 5th floor penthouse maisonette. There is lift access to all floors including direct access to the penthouse. All five apartments are let and income producing, a tenancy schedule is available on request. Queens Gate Gardens is one of South KensingtonĀ’s most sought after garden squares located between Queens Gate and the Gloucester Road, as well as a short walk from South Kensington and Gloucester Road tube stations (Circle, District & Piccadilly Lines). There are a wide selection of restaurants, bars, shops and boutiques to choose from with Kensington Gardens, The Royal Albert Hall and the natural History Museum being in the immediate vicinity. The A4 provides easy access to Heathrow Airport and the west of England.

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Matthew Jackson
Call: 0203 911 8611 

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