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Oslo Court, Prince Albert Road, NW8

525 ft²

A beautifully presented one bedroom apartment (525 sq ft / 48 sq m) situated on the third floor of this well established and sought-after block in the heart of St John's Wood. This bright apartment comprises open plan reception room and modern, fully fitted kitchen with access to a private balcony featuring enviable views towards Regent's Park, double bedroom with in-built wardrobes, study room and bathroom. Oslo Court benefits from 24-hour porterage, communal heating & hot water, two passenger lifts, large storage in the basement and is walking distance to Regent's Park, the boutiques cafes and restaurants of St John's Wood High Street and underground station (Jubilee Line).

Service charge: £7,000 per annum approx. including reserve fund £720 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
1 bedroom
1 study room
525 sq ft / 48 sq m
3rd floor
Private balcony
Opposite Regent's Park
24-hour porterage
Communal heating & hot water
2 passenger lifts
Basement storage
Long leasehold
Key information
LENGTH OF LEASE: 139 years remaining
SERVICE CHARGE APPROX: £7,000 per annum
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