3 bedroom apartment for saleCowley Mansions, Mortlake High Street, Mortlake, London, SW14
Sold STC £725,000
- Reception room
- Open-plan kitchen/dining room
- 3 bedrooms
- Shower room
- Communal garden
- EPC Rating = E
Cowley Mansions is situated on Mortlake High Street, approximately 0.1 miles away from the amenities on White Hart Lane. There are excellent educational facilities in the area, notably Colet Court, St Paul's, The Harrodian and the Swedish School in North Barnes and for younger pupils there is, St Osmond's (RC) and Barnes Primary School.
For the commuter Mortlake and Barnes Bridge stations provide a fast and frequent service to Waterloo. There are frequent bus services to Hammersmith and Richmond where there are underground stations. For those who drive there is access via Chiswick Bridge to the M4 (Heathrow) to The West and Central London to the East.
A spacious ground floor three bedroom apartment set within a popular development between Barnes and Mortlake. This apartment comprises: a reception room, open-plan kitchen/dining room, three bedrooms, shower room and a communal garden.
Square Footage: 935 sq ft
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