Connaught Court, London, W2Offers in excess of £1,600,000 (Leasehold)
- Residents parking
- Purpose built
- Upper floor with lift
- Service charge: £2,400 per annum
- Council Tax Band: G
- Lease expiry date: 03/08/2121
- Lease length remaining: 97 years and 10 months
Ref no: INT220216
The property has been tastefully decorated benefitting from, a generous living area, separate modern kitchen, spacious bathroom, principle bedroom inclusive of a walk-in-wardrobe and ensuite.
Other rare features to this red-brick mansion block include fantastic service charges and a novelty lift service - known to be the second oldest in London, after Claridge’s.
A number of transport links within easy reach, include Marble Arch, Lancaster Gate, Bond Street and Paddington stations.
Lease length: In the process of an extension to 98 years
Council tax band: G
Service charge: £2,400 p.a including reserve fund, heating and hot water
Ground rent: 0
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