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Cedar House, Marloes Road, Kensington, London, W8

£3,500,000

An elegant and spacious apartment in a highly regarded period mansion block offering an abundance of lateral living space (circa 2,626 sq ft) over only one floor.

  • Entrance Hall
  • Study
  • Utility Room
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Separate WC
  • Approx. 2,626 sq ft
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 3rd Bedroom/Dining Room
  • Balcony

Built in 1899, Cedar House provides grand and well laid out accommodation, with high ceilings of over 3m allowing for an exceptional sense of volume, further underlined by having the benefit of a dual aspect to the north and the west.

Flexible accommodation includes two grand reception rooms, two bedrooms, a third bedroom or dining room and a study. The building itself is looked after by a team of porters who provide security and assistance to residents on a day-to-day basis.

Cedar House is conveniently located within a few minutes walk of Kensington High Street to the north, which provides an abundance of shops, restaurants, services and transport links (including High Street Kensington Underground station) as well as being close to the green open spaces of Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park.

Service Charge: Approx. £4,690.49 plus reserve fund of approx. £2,800 per 6 months

Ground Rent: Peppercorn

Town houses, mews houses, mansion blocks, garden squares – Kensington is one of London’s jewels when it comes to accommodating almost every kind of purchaser or tenant.

Location:
Central (West) London
Central London:
3.5 miles
City of London:
5 miles
Canary Wharf:
8.5 miles
London City Airport:
12 miles
London Heathrow Airport:
14 miles
Gatwick Airport:
27.6 miles

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Its main focus is Kensington High Street, with its excellent shopping, fun or fine dining, niche galleries and specialist antique shops. The Royal College of Art, The Royal Albert Hall and the Science Museum are on your doorstep, along with the royal apartments at Kensington Palace which were home for many years to Diana, Princess of Wales. The palace stands in Kensington Gardens, a vast expanse of green enjoyed by walkers, joggers and families which belies its closeness to the very heart of London.

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