Sloane Avenue Mansions, London, SW3

£495,000 (Leasehold)
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Key features

  • Residents parking
  • Balcony
  • Upper floor with lift
  • Flat/apartment

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Other info

  • Council Tax Band: Ask agent
  • Lease expiry date: 22/12/2933
  • Lease length remaining: 909 years and 6 months

Ref no: SLO230019

A very well presented one bedroom flat in Sloane Avenue Mansions with a south facing balcony.
Set on the fifth floor this is a very well presented one bedroom flat with an en suite bathroom and a light filled open plan reception room and kitchen with beautiful doors onto a private south facing balcony.


Sloane Avenue Mansions is situated on the corner of Sloane Avenue and Cadogan Street, within easy walking distance of Sloane Square, South Kensington and Knightsbridge.

Lease length: 910 years
Service Charge: £4,779.32 p.a (including heating)
Ground Rent: £30 p.a
Council Tax Band: E

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Total stamp duty

43,750 £

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39,924 £

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