- One Bedroom
- High Ceilings
- Reception Room
- Closest Station: Pimlico
A bright and spacious one bedroom flat on the raised ground floor of this period stucco fronted building located in the 'Pimlico Grid' on the corner of Charlwood Street and Denbigh Street.
The property boasts good proportions and comprises a reception room which has a charming curved aspect, high ceilings and plenty of natural light from three large windows, a separate fitted kitchen with service hatch and breakfast bar opening to the reception room and a good size bathroom. The large double bedroom also benefits from high ceilings, storage and fireplace. This flat has retained some of its period features and is offered chain free.
Charlwood Street is located in the villagy part of Pimlico and well sited nearby a plethora of shops, bars and restaurants on Wilton Road, Warwick Way and Churton Street. A more extensive shopping and dining experience can be found at the newly regenerated area (The Nova Development) surrounding Victoria Station and Victoria Street both of which are only a short walk away.Transport links are provided by various bus routes on nearby Belgrave Road and Vauxhall Bridge Road as well as tube lines from Pimlico underground station and Victoria underground and mainline station.
Charlwood Street is known as the ‘street of a hundred smiling faces', the moniker earned because of the rather wonderful reliefs of curious, sometimes rather grotesque faces, lions heads and other eccentricities that can be found smiling out at you between many of the ground floor windows. This was an embellishment added to the original Cubitt design by builders Charles Aldin and Henry Harris when construction began in late 1845.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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