Conveniently located just 160 metres away from Pimlico Tube station, this quiet two double bedroom apartment with a very large roof terrace is surrounded by a plethora of local shops and amenities.
Stourhead House was built between 1967 and 1970 and won a design competition for its architect John Darbourne CBE in 1961. The build was commissioned by Westminster City Council and was part of the Lillington Gardens Development.
The apartment features; reception room, eat-in kitchen, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a very large roof terrace. The heating is communal and is included in the service charge. There is also a secure pushbike storage facility. Westminster Residents Parking Permits are available at a weekly cost of £4.13 for local residents.
Pimlico is uber central and it hosts Westminster Abbey for a parish church and Tate Britain for the local museum.
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