- One Bedroom
- Large Separate Kitchen
- Ample Storage Throughout
- Reception Room
- Closest Station: Pimlico
A well proportioned one bedroom flat on the ground floor of this period stucco fronted building located in the Pimilco 'Grid'.
The bedroom boasts a large window and additional sky light which illuminates this room with wonderful morning sunlight, ample built in storage from wall cupboards over the bed and tall wardrobes. The reception room has wonderful high ceilings, gas fireplace (not tested) and gets the afternoon sun, The separate fully fitted kitchen offers a sizable work surface with granite work tops, breakfast bar and room for a proper fridge freezer. Further there is a cleverly designed bathroom, again with a healthy amount of storage and yet more storage is provided by a under stair cupboard.
The property is situated on the southern section of Gloucester Street and as such is close to local shops, popular restaurants and the Tachbrook Street market. Transport links of both Pimlico underground and Victoria underground and mainline stations are within easy walking distance.
The terrace houses on Gloucester Street were built from c.1848 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 Gloucester Street houses are built in the classical style out of brick overlaid with the stucco rendering that is so recognisable.
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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