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Aberdeen Place, London, NW8

Property overview
386 ft²

A rare opportunity to purchase a delightfully bright and airy one bedroom apartment (386 sq ft / 35.9 sq m) situated on the raised ground floor of this charming period building just a stone's throw from Regent's Canal. The property benefits from modern high-spec German kitchen appliances with a bespoke kitchen worktop and bathroom fittings, high ceilings, open plan kitchen/reception with engineered hard wood flooring, excellent storage and large original sash windows. This apartment would make an ideal first time purchase or buy to let investment. Aberdeen Place is conveniently located with easy access to the shops and amenities of Little Venice and St John's Wood and is 0.4 miles from Warwick Avenue underground station (Bakerloo line).

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.
Property specification
1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
386 sq ft / 35.9 sq m
Raised ground floor
Modern high-spec German kitchen appliances
Bespoke kitchen worktop and bathroom fittings
High ceilings
Engineered hard wood flooring
Excellent storage
Large original sash windows
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