Sherwood Court, London, W1H

£1,175,000 (Leasehold)
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Key features

  • Garage
  • Balcony
  • Porter
  • Purpose built
  • Flat/apartment

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Other info

  • Ground rent: £50 per annum
  • Ground rent review period: Ask agent
  • Service charge: £7,230 per annum
  • Council Tax Band: F
  • Lease expiry date: 23/09/2116
  • Lease length remaining: 92 years and 5 months

Ref no: ALB230026

This spacious and bright two bedroom first floor lateral apartment is situated in a prime location and includes the use of a private garage.
This apartment is located in a purpose built block, comprising of two generously-sized bedrooms, a large kitchen, double reception with wooden floors throughout and underfloor heating.

Location

Sherwood Court is nestled within a prime W1 location in close proximity to an abundance of shops and restaurants. Nearby transport links include Marble Arch, Edgeware road, Marylebone, Baker street and Bond street stations.

Council tax band: F
Lease: 93 years remaining
Service charge: £7,230 pa (inclusive of reserve fund)

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39,924 £

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