Biddulph Road, Maida Vale, W9

Offers in Excess of £3,425,000
5 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 Receptions

A charming four/five bedroom, three bathroom semi-detached arts and crafts style house (2599 sq ft / 241 sq m) offering spacious and well-planned accommodation over four floors. The property is offered in good decorative condition throughout and features an impressive double reception/dining room, TV room/bedroom five, utility room, guest WC and a wonderful kitchen/breakfast room with double volume ceiling, ideal for modern family living. To the rear, there is a large patio area with steps leading up to a sizeable and pretty rear garden, which captures the sun beautifully. Built in the 1920s, the house retains many original features, which combine seamlessly with the contemporary finishes. Planning permission has been granted to create a further 750 sq ft. Biddulph Road is a quiet residential street of low built houses situated between Elgin Avenue and Lauderdale Road in Maida Vale, providing easy access to the many shops and restaurants on both Clifton Road and Formosa Street. Maida Vale underground (Bakerloo line) is located just 0.2 miles from the property (4 min walk).

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Stamp duty rates (SLDT) on UK property transactions are linked to the price paid for a purchase.

Stamp duty is calculated over a number of different thresholds with clear delineation between the differing rates and is payable by the purchaser when buying a property, usually through the solicitor on completion of sale.

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A first time buyer is classified as someone who has never owned a residential property abroad or in the UK. Including leasehold properties. First time buyers cannot get stamp duty relief on buy-to-let properties and the purchase must be your only residence.

For first time buyers, a change to the stamp duty means that anyone buying their first home won't be liable for stamp duty if the purchase price is below £300,000.

Further relief is available for purchases up to £500,000 to help first time buyers in more expensive locations such as London.

Please note that our calculator factors in the location of the property and will calculate the first time buyer relief at £500,000.


In the 2015 autumn statement, the chancellor George Osborne announced that from April 2016 the SDLT (Stamp Duty Land Tax) would increase on any purchase of a second property.

The tax is applied to properties bought as a second home or a buy-to-let and will apply even if the property isn’t let out. However mobile homes, houseboats and caravans are classed as exempt. For most transactions the higher stamp duty will only apply to purchases of buy-to-let or second homes.

Someone who already owns a second home or buy-to-let, who plans to move house should also be exempt from the higher stamp duty rate, as the owner plans to replace their main residence.