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A highly desirable apartment within an architecturally stunning, Victorian period building, on Harrington Gardens, South Kensington. This 1st floor, two bedroom property has exceptional views of a beautiful communal garden. In addition there are two roof terraces, of which one is slightly set back and therefore very private with enough space for a large table and chairs. The master bedroom has extremely rare and impressive cornicing as part of its high ceilings and two large, sash windows; it's also served by an en-suite bathroom. By far the most impressive room is the South facing reception with a panel of four tall windows all directly overlooking the award-winning Wetherby Gardens. It provides a unique and much sought after, 'green,' aspect that is so rarely found in Prime Central London today. This property is granted access to these gardens and proves equally popular with parents and their small children as well as those wishing to find a quiet corner to read and relax. There are two bathrooms and a separate kitchen space as well as wooden flooring in the living areas and carpet in the bedrooms. An additional benefit of this property is some 150 square feet of vital storage space which is located above the kitchen and en-suite bathroom and can be accessed easily using a ladder and even has the potential to be completely opened up to create a full mezzanine level if required.
Harrington Gardens is a significant, residential address within South Kensington dating back to the 19th century and displays a real blend of some of the most interesting and daring, Victorian architecture of the time. The nearest underground station is Gloucester Road, which is within walking distance and for those driving, there is quick access to the A4 with the M4 and Heathrow to the West and Knightsbridge to the East.
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