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image  Queens Gate Terrace, London, SW7


image  £2,450,000

image 3 Bedrooms
image 1 Reception
image 3 Bathrooms
image Sold

Features

 3 Double Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
 Large Master Bedroom Suite
 High Ceilings, Porter and Lift
 First Floor Lateral Apartment
 Beautifully Presented Throughout
 Gated Underground Parking Space
 Residents Permit Available
 Leasehold 900 + Years

Property Description

A wonderful Three Double Bedroom, Three Bathroom lateral apartment situated on the First Floor of a portered building in this highly sought after part of South Kensington. There is a large master bedroom suite complete with walk in dressing room and a large en-suite bathroom. The property has the benefit of a Porter, Lift, Underground Gated Parking Space, Residents Permit, (available) High Ceilings and the potential access to Queen's Gate Gardens. (subject to approval) The property has a fantastic layout with very little wasted space and a kitchen separate to the living area. There are also plans for the front entrance and communals to undertake a full refurbishment. Further details avaliable on request. Please note, there is a link between the seller of this property and the owner of Harding Green.

2019 Service Charge - £7,137.80
Leasehold 999 Years from September 1995

Queen's Gate Terrace is a highly sought after street right next to the amenities of the Gloucester Road. The property is within walking distance of Kensington High Street, Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park. Tube stations can be found at both Gloucester Road and Kensington High Street, the area is famous for an array of fashionable restaurants, museums and shopping.



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Sai Shanmugam
Consultant 
Call: 0203 375 1970  

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