Norfolk Place, W2

£975,000 (Leasehold)
3 2 1

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  • Ground rent: £100 per annum
  • Ground rent review period: Ask agent
  • Service charge: £2,170 per annum
  • Council Tax Band: D
  • Lease expiry date: 18/01/2111
  • Lease length remaining: 86 years and 7 months

Ref no: ALB210099

This trendy 3-bedroom flat in a highly in-demand area of Central London has recently been redesigned to the highest standard.
The home has a trendy new style, laid out in a fantastic space that is equal parts spacious and cosy.


Norfolk Place is a charming road nestled in the heart of Paddington, within a moments’ walk to the excellent transport links of Paddington Station for The Heathrow Express and Elizabeth Line as well as a short walk to The Central Line at Lancaster Gate Station.

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Total stamp duty

43,750 £

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Monthly repayments

39,924 £

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