Proudly set on the first floor with high ceilings, this two bedroom apartment offers a rare opportunity to update and personalise a well arranged period conversion with a private terrace and views over the square.
- Light bay fronted reception with space to entertain
- Master bedroom with high ceilings
- Second bedroom with French doors to private terrace
- Separate kitchen
- Family bathroom
- Storage to entrance hall
- High ceilings throughout
- Rare opportunity to update and personalise
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- Lease expires:
- Jan 2144
- Ground rent:
- £250 per annum (2019)
- Service charge:
- £3526 per annum (2019)
- Stamp Duty
- Council tax:
- £1,139 per year (Band D)
- Local authority:
- The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
- Total Sq Ft:
- 704 (65 Sq M) approx.
Lease details, service charges, ground rent (where applicable) and council tax are given as a guide only and should be checked and confirmed by your Solicitor prior to exchange of contracts.
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West Brompton station
District London Overground Southern lines, Zone: 2
Earl's Court station
Piccadilly District lines, Zone: 1/2
Gloucester Road station
Piccadilly District Circle lines, Zone: 1
Energy Performance Certificates
The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) gives the building a standard energy and carbon emission efficiency grade from 'A' to 'G', where 'A' is the most efficient and 'D' being the average to date.
Redcliffe Square is ideally located for the many shops and restaurants available along Old Brompton Road while the underground is available via Earls Court. Chelsea's fashionable Hollywood Road and Fulham Road are both only a moments walk away.
Chelsea locals have kindly shared their favourite places to go...
Where breakfast dreams become a reality. Serving a range of dishes from healthy, to not so healthy options!
The Hollywood Arms
Located in the heart of Chelsea, The Hollywood Arms is a luxurious bar and restaurant serving premium drinks and fresh British food.
The Anglesea Arms
Charles Dickens was a local at this pub when he lived over the road at 11 Selwood Terrace. The Great Train robbery was also planned from the back room in this pub!