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image  Queens Gate Gardens, South Kensington, London, SW7

image  Price on application

image 2 Bedrooms
image 1 Reception
image 2 Bathrooms
image For Sale


 Classic First Floor Apartment
 Significant Ceiling Heights
 Two Bedroom Suits
 Balcony Overlooking Garden Square
  Communal Gardens

Property Description

Sold individually for the first time, this magnificent first floor two double bedroom lateral apartment enjoys impressive ceiling heights and direct views over the popular garden square of Queens Gate Gardens. This classic apartment is accessed via a large passenger lift and enjoys an open plan kitchen/reception room with large bay window and doors to a balcony. The master bedroom suite offers significant storage and a has a quiet rear aspect, whilst the second bedroom suite is a good size and its bathroom doubles as a guest W.C. The apartment measures 1,127 sq. ft and will be sold on a new 999-year lease and a share of the freehold.

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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Nick Carter
Call: 020 3375 1970 

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