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image  Oxford Gardens, London, W10

image  £4,500,000

image 13 Bedrooms
image 2 Receptions
image 3 Bathrooms
image Sold


 Refurbishment & development potential
 3,387 sqft of residential accommodation
 Historically run as a Bed & Breakfast
 Outbuildings and Garaging

Property Description

111 Oxford Gardens is a vacant unmodernised building extending to approximately 3,387 sqft NIA. Historically run as a Bed & Breakfast the building has been in the present ownership since the 1960s, and now offers significant scope for refurbishment, reconfiguration and extension.

Occupying a large corner plot, the property is located in North Kensington on the corner of Oxford Gardens and St Helens Gardens in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. Originally dating back to the late 1800s the attractive period red brick building was extended in the 1960s with the garaging and outbuildings also being added during this time. Now vacant, the building requires a full internal refurbishment, however given its generous corner plot it also offers significant scope for extension and redevelopment. The property is located on the south side of Oxford Gardens at the intersection of St Helens Gardens in North Kensington. The surrounding area is predominately residential and Ladbroke Grove Tube Station (Circle & Hammersmith & Fulham Line) is a 10 minute walk to the east, with the popular area of Notting Hill being also close by. Regular buses can also be found on Ladbroke Grove whilst Westfield Shopping Centre is approximately 20 minutes walk to the west. The current owners have recently converted the property from C1 to C3 residential as a single dwelling. In addition there is also strong local precedent for substantial enlargement of the building subject to the usual consents.

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Nick Carter
Call: 020 3375 1970 

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