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Lurline Gardens, London
Sold Subject to Contract

2 beds | 1 bath | 2 receptions | £625,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page

  • Victorian Mansion Flat
  • 1 or 2 Reception Rooms
  • 2 or 3 Bedrooms
  • High Ceilings
  • Second floor
  • Moments away from Battersea Park
  • Close to Chelsea Bridge
  • Power Station Tube Nearby
  • Share of Freehold - 940 years Lease
  • No Chain

New to the market is this wonderful, second floor, two or three bedroom apartment set within a well sought after mansion block on Lurline Gardens.
The accommodation is flexible with either 2 reception rooms and 2 bedrooms or can be used as 1 reception room and 3 bedrooms (two double bedrooms, one with fitted storage, and a large single room that has the flexibility to be used as a home office/dressing room). There is a small kitchen off the main reception or dining room and 1 bathroom.
The property is on the second floor and benefits from period features, such as original sash windows and fireplace, and is bright and spacious with high ceilings.
Lurline Gardens is superbly situated a stone's throw from Battersea Park and a short walk to Chelsea Bridge. Ideally placed for excellent transport links provided by Queenstown Road and Battersea Park Stations (quick, direct access to Victoria, Vauxhall and Waterloo) with buses going into Chelsea and the West End. Also now just 12-15 minutes walk from the new Northern Line Tube extension at the Power Station. PLS NOTE PHOTOS WERE TAKEN PRIOR TO CURRENT TENANCY. Wandsworth Council Tax band E. Good first time buy or letting investment. Service charge £4,296 including buildings insurance and contribution to reserve fund. 940 years unexpired lease, SHARE OF FREEHOLD. No Chain.





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Leasehold with share of freehold

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