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Abercorn Mansions, Abercorn Place, NW8

£750,000
FLOORPLAN
3
Bedrooms
1
Bathrooms
1
Receptions
Area
ft²

An unmodernised three bedroom apartment (744 sq ft / 69 sq m) quietly situated on the third (top) floor of this well maintained mansion block in the heart of St John's Wood. Accommodation comprises three bedrooms, separate kitchen, bathroom and reception room with access to a balcony. Abercorn Mansions benefits from a passenger lift, well maintained common parts, communal garden and is located off London's famous Abbey Road being within close proximity of St John's Wood High Street and underground station. Long leasehold with approx. 946 years remaining plus a share of freehold.

Westminster Council Tax Band E. Service charge: £1,993 approx. per annum. Reserve fund: £1,557 approx. per annum. Ground rent: £75 approx. per annum.

Lease details, service charges, ground rent (where applicable) and council tax are given as a guide only and should be checked and confirmed by your Solicitor prior to exchange of contracts.
Key features
Unmodernised
3 bedrooms
744 sq ft / 69 sq m
3rd (top) floor
Balcony
Passenger lift
Communal garden
Long leasehold with approx. 946 years remaining plus a share of freehold
Key information
Share of Freehold
SERVICE CHARGE APPROX.: £3,625 per annum
E
EPC (E)
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