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Museum Street, London, WC1A

1 bedroom flat/apartment in London

£849,950 Leasehold

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A very spacious one-bedroom flat on the 1st floor of a Grade II listed Georgian building, set within 100 yards of the British Museum.

Leasehold approx. 104 years remaining
Ground Rent approx. £200.00 p/a.
Service charge approx. £3,120.00 p/a
Council Tax Band D appox. £1,563.00 p/a

A very spacious one-bedroom flat on the first floor of a Grade II listed Georgian building, set within 100 yards of the British Museum.

The property has been completely refurbished some time ago to a very good standard. It has huge light and good space; lovely wooden floors and expensive fitments with built-in wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom off the main bedroom. There is also a separate cloakroom of the hallway.

The glass ceilings in the lounge and the bedroom are huge and offers an artist’s impression of real light.

The lounge backs onto the rear of the unique Nicholas Hawksmoor church, with its excellent history as a landmark here in London.
Museum Street is bang in the centre of all the activities in the West End.
Tottenham Court Road and Holborn tube stations are very close by, as well as the impending Cross Rail, due to open later this year.
Theatres and restaurants of the West End are also on your doorstep, with both Kings College, LSE and UCL Universities are close by too.

Early viewing on this flat is highly recommended, and this property would make an excellent pied de terre.

Leasehold approx. 104 years remaining
Ground Rent approx. £200.00 p/a.
Service charge approx. £3,120.00 p/a
Council Tax Band D appox. £1,563.00 p/a

Inside West-End

from a local eye view

In the area

The West End is a truly fantastic area to work and to live in. It is still a collection of ‘villages’ and we are at the very centre of Bloomsbury, Fitzrovia, Soho and Covent Garden. Each one of these distinct areas has its own feel and ambience. There are enough restaurants, theatres, cinemas and retail distractions to keep anyone occupied. On top of this there many world class Universities, colleges and institutions based here. This all combines to generate a diversified, stimulating and fascinating environment in which to work and live.

More about the Area

What's popular in West End?

  • James Smith & Sons

    James Smith & Sons Umbrella Shop is a proud part of London since 1830. Selling umbrellas, parasols and walking sticks, James Smith & Sons is a slice of Victorian London moments from Holborn tube station.

  • Rules Restaurant

    Established in 1798, this Edwardian style restaurant serves classic British food specialising in traditional game dishes. Rules is one of the oldest restaurants in London!

  • Riding House Cafe

    A popular hangout for creative types serving comfort food and all-day brasserie classics in quirky, retro-inspired surrounds.

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A very spacious one-bedroom flat on the 1st floor of a Grade II listed Georgian building, set within 100 yards of the British Museum.

Leasehold approx. 104 years remaining
Ground Rent approx. £200.00 p/a.
Service charge approx. £3,120.00 p/a
Council Tax Band D appox. £1,563.00 p/a

A very spacious one-bedroom flat on the first floor of a Grade II listed Georgian building, set within 100 yards of the British Museum.

The property has been completely refurbished some time ago to a very good standard. It has huge light and good space; lovely wooden floors and expensive fitments with built-in wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom off the main bedroom. There is also a separate cloakroom of the hallway.

The glass ceilings in the lounge and the bedroom are huge and offers an artist’s impression of real light.

The lounge backs onto the rear of the unique Nicholas Hawksmoor church, with its excellent history as a landmark here in London.
Museum Street is bang in the centre of all the activities in the West End.
Tottenham Court Road and Holborn tube stations are very close by, as well as the impending Cross Rail, due to open later this year.
Theatres and restaurants of the West End are also on your doorstep, with both Kings College, LSE and UCL Universities are close by too.

Early viewing on this flat is highly recommended, and this property would make an excellent pied de terre.

Leasehold approx. 104 years remaining
Ground Rent approx. £200.00 p/a.
Service charge approx. £3,120.00 p/a
Council Tax Band D appox. £1,563.00 p/a

Live like a local

  • Chancery Lane
  • Holborn
  • Farringdon
  • Farringdon
  • Farringdon (London)
  • Russell Square

The West End is a truly fantastic area to work and to live in. It is still a collection of ‘villages’ and we are at the very centre of Bloomsbury, Fitzrovia, Soho and Covent Garden. Each one of these distinct areas has its own feel and ambience. There are enough restaurants, theatres, cinemas and retail distractions to keep anyone occupied. On top of this there many world class Universities, colleges and institutions based here. This all combines to generate a diversified, stimulating and fascinating environment in which to work and live.

  • James Smith & Sons

    James Smith & Sons Umbrella Shop is a proud part of London since 1830. Selling umbrellas, parasols and walking sticks, James Smith & Sons is a slice of Victorian London moments from Holborn tube station.

  • Rules Restaurant

    Established in 1798, this Edwardian style restaurant serves classic British food specialising in traditional game dishes. Rules is one of the oldest restaurants in London!

  • Riding House Cafe

    A popular hangout for creative types serving comfort food and all-day brasserie classics in quirky, retro-inspired surrounds.

  • The British Museum

    The British Museum, located in the Bloomsbury area of London, is a public institution dedicated to human history, art and culture.

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