Stockleigh Hall, Prince Albert Road, NW8

3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2 Receptions

An exceptional architecturally designed, first floor three bedroom, three bathroom apartment comprising of 1,701 sq ft / 158 sq m, with direct views of Regents Park situated in this prestigious Art Deco 1930s purpose built block on Prince Albert Road.

The apartment has gone through an extensive refurbishment and remodelling programme to provide spacious and contemporary accommodation to the highest specification including bespoke elegant interiors, Bose integrated audio visual smart technology system, sustainable and ecologically sourced Ecora wooden floors, thermostatically controlled under floor heating, secondary glazing, integrated acoustics system, highest accreditation automatic fire curtain and integrated smoke system and Banhams intruder alarm.

The property comprises of an impressive 31 ft double reception room with great views towards Regents Park, principal bedroom suite with dressing area and ensuite bathroom, second bedroom suite with dressing area and ensuite shower room, third bedroom, third shower room, stunning bespoke fully fitted kitchen with breakfast bar/eat in area, guest wc. The interiors are well thought through to provide ample storage and service areas, combining a balance between high design and functionality for modern living.

The property has the added advantage of 24 hour porterage, passenger lift, basement storage and a share of freehold.

Stockleigh Hall is a highly sought after block located on Prince Albert Road, conveniently located for the schools and all local amenities of St Johns Wood, Regent Park and Primrose Hill. St Johns Wood High Street with its fashionable shops, cafes and boutiques is just a short walk away. SOLE AGENT.

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