Maunsel Street
96.62 sq m(1,040 sq ft)
Asking price £1,680,000

Maunsel StreetWestminster, London, SW1P 2QL

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Key features

  • Traditional London character cottage
  • Two bedrooms, two bathrooms and two reception rooms
  • Renowned and attractive Georgian Street
  • Potential to extend with planning consent
  • Perfect home or pied a terre.

Charming freehold period cottage in one of Westminster's most sought after streets.

About this property

  • A charming character cottage within a Georgian terrace, presented in good order but with the benefit of a planning consent for a small extension to reconfigure the rear of the property should a new owner buyer so wish.

    Accommodation is arranged over only three floors and briefly comprises two bedrooms with two bathrooms, two reception rooms and a separate kitchen.

    There is a small private patio garden accessed from the kitchen; unquestionably this is a property that will appeal to any buyer seeking a permanent, regular or occasional use home.

    Each room boasts a sense of authentic character throughout the property with good proportions and valuable natural light; this is a versatile and comfortable home in an attractive and peaceful location.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Highly desirable home in a beautiful street.

Matthew Morton-SmithProperty agent

Local information

  • Maunsel Street is located off Vincent Square and Regency Street, close to Horseferry Road in the heart of Westminster.
  • With close proximity to iconic landmarks such as the Houses of Parliament, Tate Britain Gallery, St James's Park, Westminster School, Cathedral and Abbey; this is a tremendously convenient location for all the attractions of Central London yet also incredibly quiet and tranquil.
  • Local transport connections are excellent with mainline services including the Gatwick Express at Victoria Station and underground services from Victoria, St James Park, and Pimlico also are all convenient.
  • Recent major development around Victoria has seen this historical enclave of London develop in to a hub for contemporary lifestyle and culture. An array of shops restaurants and theaters, including Jo Malone, The Ivy, Curzon Cinema, The 'other' Palace; and offerings from Michelin starred chefs such as Michel Roux Jnr, Andrew Wong, Jason Atherton and Tom Kerridge, all combine to make this an immensely desirable and thriving place to live.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D