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Nevern Square, London, SW5

3 bedroom maisonette in London

£1,850,000 Leasehold

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A fabulous garden maisonette that offers huge potential in this attractive garden square that is situated on the favoured terrace that directly overlooks the communal gardens. This incredibly spacious property is arranged over the ground and lower floors of this well maintained West facing red brick period conversion and extends to 1879 sq/ft (175sq/m) of accommodation over the entire two floors. The flat is presented in an modernised condition and offers the incoming purchaser the ability to refurbish and rearrange (subject to the necessary consents) to their own design and taste to create what could be a superb family apartment of three/four bedrooms with the use a private garden as well as access to the immaculately kept residents only communal garden. Whilst un-modernised, the property has retained a number of period features that include high ceilings, original fireplaces, Victorian tiling as well as ornate ceiling cornice.
Nevern Square was built between 1880 and 1886, in a style known as "Domestic Revival", which harks back to the architecture of seventeenth and eighteenth century English and Flemish houses. The great merit of the square is its uniformity of style and materials. The houses are of contrasting red and yellow brick, with moulded brick pediments and delicately patterned iron railings and balconies.

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A fabulous garden maisonette that offers huge potential in this attractive garden square that is situated on the favoured terrace that directly overlooks the communal gardens. This incredibly spacious property is arranged over the ground and lower floors of this well maintained West facing red brick period conversion and extends to 1879 sq/ft (175sq/m) of accommodation over the entire two floors. The flat is presented in an modernised condition and offers the incoming purchaser the ability to refurbish and rearrange (subject to the necessary consents) to their own design and taste to create what could be a superb family apartment of three/four bedrooms with the use a private garden as well as access to the immaculately kept residents only communal garden. Whilst un-modernised, the property has retained a number of period features that include high ceilings, original fireplaces, Victorian tiling as well as ornate ceiling cornice.
Nevern Square was built between 1880 and 1886, in a style known as "Domestic Revival", which harks back to the architecture of seventeenth and eighteenth century English and Flemish houses. The great merit of the square is its uniformity of style and materials. The houses are of contrasting red and yellow brick, with moulded brick pediments and delicately patterned iron railings and balconies.

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