inside index.cshtml
inside headerSlick.cshtml

image  Queens Gate Terrace, London, SW7


image  £1,995 PER WEEK

image 4 Bedrooms
image 1 Reception
image 3 Bathrooms
image To Let

Features

 Penthouse Style
 24 Hours Concierge & residents gym
 Stylish finish
 Gorgeous neighbourhood

Property Description

A superb 4 bedroom duplex penthouse apartment on Queens Gate Terrace, SW7. This stylish apartment is positioned on the 5th & 6th floor of a beautiful stucco fronted building. It benefits from 24 hours concierge and a residents gym. The apartment spans over 2369 Sqft. The living room has incredibly high vaulted ceilings and also benefits from a mezzanine level which could be used as the 4th bedroom or home office. The large eat in kitchen is separate. The master suite has amazing storage and a stylish en-suite bathroom. The second bedroom also benefits from plenty of built storage plus an en-suite bathroom. There is even a separate closet space under the stairs created for additional storage for luggage & shoes. The third bedroom is on the mezzanine level and also benefits from a en-suite bathroom. The apartment is filled with natural light. A must see. Available Now!

Queens 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.


Meet the agent

Sai Shanmugam
Consultant 
Call: 0203 375 1970  

Other Properties You Might Be Interested In

Arrange a viewing

Use this form to request specific information about this property or to arrange a viewing

Sorry, there are some issues with this part of the form.

Floorplan

image

EPC

EPCs tell you how energy efficient a building is and give it a rating from A (very efficient) to G (inefficient). EPCs let the person who will use the building know how costly it will be to heat and light, and what its carbon dioxide emissions are likely to be.

For more information, read here.

image
UA-121882149-1