A delightful three bedroom garden apartment with parking.
An exceptional ground and first floor maisonette forming part of a late1920's building designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott who was responsible for, amongst other historic buildings, the iconic Battersea Power Station and the famous red telephone box.
The property enjoys a house like feel being just two storeys with its own front door and has a charming outlook to its defined South East facing garden. Accommodation is over 1,000 sq ft and over two floors.
This apartment is well presented, with a subtle mix of contemporary and period features. These include smart and modern kitchen and bathrooms, as well as high ceilings. French doors to the rear lead to its own garden laid to lawn.
The property also enjoys an undercover off-street parking space, communal library and residents' private gym.
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Gorgeous garden apartment in iconic setting.Matthew Heard