Stunning luxury 2 bedroom apartment for sale in George’s Mansions, Causton Street London
Here we present this luxury property for sale in one of the most sought after locations of London.
This two bedroom apartment is set within a residential period mansion building with an impressive ceiling height (just under 10 feet or just over 3 meters).
it also includes a large sunny lounge, bathroom and kitchen.
in all 100 sq m area. The original floorplan shows 3 bedrooms, but a previous owner sacrificed the small bedroom in n order to increase the lounge area. Orientation is to the south-west and [being on the 3rd floor] this gives a good unobstructed view across Besborough Gardens towards the River Thames.
it is Leasehold with 52 years remaining. Discussion is on-going with the Freeholder to extend that to 143 years.
The location is within walking distance of Pimlico Tube Station, the Tate Britain gallery, Whitehall, Westminster Abbey, the Oval cricket Ground and St James Park.
Main line stations are within 20 minutes tube ride. Heathrow Airport is about 45 mins to an hour by car.
There are numerous convenience shops close by with a wide range of supermarkets, bars and restaurants in nearby Pimlico village. The nearest tube is Pimlico (Victoria line 0.2 miles away). Victoria Station
(1 mile) provides access to Gatwick Express, National rail services, Victoria, Circle and District lines. Access to Bessborough gardens (a public park) is just across the road.
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* 2 Bedrooms
* 1 Bathroom
* Street Parking
* 100m2 of living space
* Urban View
* 1 hour from the Airport