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£2,995,000 2995000.00

First Street, SW3

  • 3
  • 2
  • 2
1552 ft2
144 m2

Overview

This is a beautifully presented 3 bedroom period house benefiting from good natural light in this quiet and convenient location close to Walton Street. The accommodation is well balanced with excellent reception space to the raised ground and lower ground floors. The well-appointed kitchen runs directly out to the garden and there is potential to extend (subject to planning) on the lower ground floor as well as the addition of a half landing between the first and second floors. Furthermore, there is a superb first floor master bedroom suite and two further bedrooms on the upper floor.

First Street is located in the heart of Chelsea and runs from Walton Street into Mossop Street and Milner Street; close to Sloane Avenue. The location is ideal for a range of shopping and restaurant facilities in nearby Walton Street, Fulham Road, Brompton Cross and Kings Road. Sloane Square underground station (Circle & District lines) is close by.

The information contained in these particulars is for general information purposes only. Douglas & Gordon does not provide information or give any warranty with regards to train, tube, tram lines or flight paths. Prospective purchasers or tenants are advised to carry out their own research if they have any concern about train, tube, tram lines or flight paths.
  • Key info
    • 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 receptions
    • Gross Floor Area: 1552 sq ft (144 m²)
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Local authority: Kensington & Chelsea
    • Council tax band: H
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  • Nearby stations
    • transportSouth Kensington 580m (7mins)
    • transportSloane Square 690m (8mins)
    • transportVictoria 1550m (19mins)
  • Additional features
    • 3 bedrooms
    • 2 bathrooms
    • Double reception room
    • Kitchen/ dining/ family room
    • Garden
    • Freehold

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