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image  Queens Gate Place Mews, London, SW7


image  ££4,950,000

image 3 Bedrooms
image 2 Receptions
image 3 Bathrooms
image For Sale

Features

 Reception Room
 Kitchen/Dining Room
 Guest WC
 Three Bedrooms
 Walk in closet
 En Suite Shower Room
 Two En Suite Bathrooms
 Utility Room

Property Description

A fine example of a Mews house set in this highly desirable location. The house was reconfigured to specifications of the current owner. Queens Gate Place Mews is one of the widest mews in South Kensington. Located west of Queens Gate, north of Cromwell Road, and can be accessed from Queens Gate Place. Gloucester Road (Circle, District & Piccadilly Lines) is a short walk away. Features include: underfloor heating, air cooling system from air pump ( chilled ceilings ), air conditioning on top floor, control 4 ( tv/radio/blinds/ climate control.), camera surveillance, Banham locks, Baulthaup kitchen, Gaggenau appliances, rain shower in master bathroom and guest bathroom, solid oak floors, automatic roof sky light in master bedroom and electric blinds.

The property is in close proximity to Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park. The Natural History Museum, Victoria and Albert & Science are within walking distance. The mews is well serviced by the many transport links that surround the area, the closest tube stations are South Kensington and Gloucester Road which both have access to the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines' there is also great access to Heathrow airport and beyond. Local schools include:French Lycee, Queen's Gate School, Glendower Preparatory School, Falkner House, Kensington Park School and Eaton Square Kensington School.



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Adrian Bedloe
Consultant 
Call: 0203 375 1970 

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