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Farley Court, Allsop Place, NW1

823 ft²

Located opposite Madame Tussauds is this bright two bedroom apartment (823 sq ft / 76 sq m) situated on the seventh floor of this portered building. The property benefits from a quiet rear facing aspect, good size reception room, two double bedrooms, family bathroom and separate guest cloakroom. Further benefits include wood flooring, ample storage, secondary glazing in both bedrooms, smart communal area, communal heating and hot water and two passenger lifts. Farley Court is just moments away from Baker Street underground station and within easy reach of an excellent selection of shops, bars and restaurants in Marylebone and the West End, whilst the green open spaces of Regent's Park are moments away.

Service charge: £7,311 per annum approx. n addition, reserve fund £1,164 per annum approx.

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
2 bedrooms
823 sq ft / 76 sq m
7th floor
Quiet rear facing aspect
Wood flooring
Ample storage
Secondary glazing
Communal heating & hot water
2 passenger lifts
Key information
LENGTH OF LEASE: 95 years remaining
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