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October 2016 - Property of the month

THE OLD FIRE STATION, SHEPHERDS BUSH ROAD, HAMMERSMITH, LONDON, W6 £635,000 Leasehold A well presented two double bedroom flat on the third floor (with lift) of a converted Victorian fire station.


THE OLD FIRE STATION, SHEPHERDS BUSH ROAD, HAMMERSMITH, LONDON, W6
£635,000 Leasehold

A well presented two double bedroom flat on the third floor (with lift) of a converted Victorian fire station.

Reception Room | Kitchen | 2 Bedrooms | Bathroom | 617 Sq Ft / 57.3 Sq M | EPC Rating Band C

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