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image  Queens Gate Gardens, South Kensington, London, SW7


image  ££3,750,000

image 3 Bedrooms
image 1 Reception
image 1 Bathroom
image Sold

Features

 Three Double Bedroom Suites
 Large Kitchen/Breakfast Room
 Fabulous Raised Ground Floor Reception Room
 Double Height Feature Staircase
 Balcony
  Communal Gardens

Property Description

A substantial three double bedroom apartment located within this attractive stucco fronted building overlooking this popular garden square. The apartment which measures 2,923sq.ft benefits from a large open reception area enjoying a garden view and ceiling heights in excess of 4 meters, double height feature staircase and substantial kitchen breakfast room. On the lower ground floor there is a master bedroom suite together with two additional bedroom suites and utility area. The apartment will be sold individually for the first time on a new 999-year lease with a share of the freehold. Viewing is highly recommended.

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 being 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 also provides easy access to Heathrow Airport and the west of England



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Matthew Jackson
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Call: 0203 911 8611 

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