A charming and well-proportioned raised ground floor one bedroom apartment in Chelsea SW10 between the Kings Road and Fulham Road.
Situated in a self-managed converted period pillar fronted house, this 541 square foot (50.3 sqm) apartment has a share of freehold.
Reception room: This well-proportioned room features; front aspect floor to ceiling double glazed bay window with bi-folding shutters, gas fire place, fitted shelving, ceiling spotlights, ceiling coving and a door way through to the kitchen dining room.
Kitchen Dining room: A spacious kitchen dining room large enough for a good sized dining table, chairs and furniture. The fitted kitchen comprises; floor and base units, built in Neff electric oven, has hob, extractor hood, Bosch dishwasher and Zanussi washing machine. Other features include a rear aspect sash windows with shutters, ceiling cornicing and fitted shelving.
Bedroom: Peacefully situated at the rear of the property, this spacious double aspect room has double glazed casement windows, ceiling spotlights and a built in wardrobe housing a double clothes rail.
Bathroom: Comprising; bath with overhead shower attachment, sink, wc, extractor fan and side aspect casement window.
Share of Freehold.
Leasehold: 999 years from 24 June 2000.
Service Charge: TBA.
Ground rent: Peppercorn.
Local Authority: The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea.
Council Tax: Band D (£1,313.60).
Chelsea is a highly desirable and affluent area of prime central London.
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