Talgarth Road, London

£525,000
3 bedrooms 1 bathroom
Key features
  • Three bedrooms
  • Open plan living and kitchen area
  • Second floor apartment
  • Long Lease
  • Mansion Block
  • Gas central heating
  • Original wood floors
  • Walking distance to station
  • 20 min train into London Waterloo
  • Ideal Investment
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Description

**VIDEO VIEWING AVAILABLE** This second floor apartment comprises two large double bedrooms, with a further smaller double, open plan kitchen/reception area, with feature fireplace and original wood flooring throughout. The flat also boasts a large, fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and a modern bathroom.

Ideally located next to Barons Court tube station and the A4 into and out of London, with a long lease this property would make an excellent investment or family home. Further benefits include gas central heating, double glazing and well maintained mansion block.

Viewing is highly recommended and by appointment only.

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Key features
  • Three bedrooms
  • Open plan living and kitchen area
  • Second floor apartment
  • Long Lease
  • Mansion Block
  • Gas central heating
  • Original wood floors
  • Walking distance to station
  • 20 min train into London Waterloo
  • Ideal Investment

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