The property is located approximately 0.4 miles away from Gloucester Road Tube Station (Piccadilly, District & Circle Lines). As well as excellent transport links in and out of London the property is perfectly positioned for a selection of local shops, bars, restaurants and supermarkets including Waitrose as well as a local GP Surgery and a host of schools facilitating all age groups.
The property is located on the third floor of an attractive period building unique to Emperors Gate and located in the center of the south western terrace. Originally constructed by Matthew Scott between 1876 � 8, the fa�ade has detailed patterns with a Gothic feel. The designers were believed to be Edward Habershon & Brock, who were mainly known as church architects. The apartment extends laterally to approximately 1,530 square foot, which is rare to find in converted period buildings of this nature.
The accommodation comprises a spacious reception room with three large windows, overlooking the quiet garden square, providing excellent natural light, a large kitchen/dining room, three double bedrooms, two bathrooms, a separate guest W/C and high ceilings. The overall presentation of the apartment is excellent with beautiful oak wood flooring throughout contrasted by bright and neutral decoration.
Overall the apartment is very well presented and the building benefits from smart communal areas as well as access into the communal garden square.