Price £460,000 - New Instruction


  • Studio
  • Bathroom
  • Two Vaults
  • Kitchen
  • Outside Space
  • Closest Station: Pimlico

A well laid out and tastefully designed, studio flat on the lower ground floor of this white, stucco fronted, period building. The flat includes a delightful living space with storage, two vaults, one of which is internal and can be used as a sleeping area or study. A second external vault, which is accessed privately, is perfect for additional storage/guest room or (subject to planning) the two vaults can be adjoined to create a large bedroom. The flat also benefits from a built in kitchen with breakfast bar, a bathroom and a decked outside space just right for a table and chairs.

Cambridge Street is located in the Pimlico grid and is perfectly positioned for access to both Victoria and Pimlico Station and many local bus routes available on neighbouring roads. Within a short walking distance to areas local amenities, shops and restaurants.

The terrace houses on this road were built from 1835 onwards and designed by Thomas Cubitt who was the prolific Victorian master builder responsible for creating Pimlico, most of Belgravia and the east front of Buckingham Palace. As with much of Cubitt's work, the original Cambridge Street houses are built in the classical style out of brick overlaid with the stucco rendering that is so recognisable. Cambridge Street has been home to many people of note such as; Aubrey Beardsley (illustrator), Barbra Pym (writer) and Laura Ashley (designer) to name a few.

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