Babmaes Street an exceptional development in a prime central St James location. Completed in 2014, this project was undertaken with the utmost care and attention to detail. The resulting apartments are presented in impeccable order and feature contemporary design and high specification appliances throughout.
Babmaes Street is a discreet cul-de-sac running south of Jermyn Street in the centre of St James, located to the south of Soho and Mayfair, west of Piccadilly Circus and north of St James’s Park. The property is within reach of the many amenities, restaurants and flagship designer stores offered by Regent Street, Jermyn Street, Bond Street and their surrounding areas.
If the landlord agrees to you having a pet, you may be required to pay a higher weekly rent.
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- Key info
- 1 bed, 1 bathroom, 1 reception
- Gross Floor Area: 610 sq ft (56 m²)
- Local authority: Westminster
- Council tax band: F
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- Nearby stations
- Piccadilly Circus 200m (2mins)
- Oxford Circus 880m (11mins)
- Green Park 610m (7mins)
- Additional features
- 1 double bedroom
- 1 bathroom
- 1 reception room
- New build
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