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Studio flat for sale

St. Leonards Court, St. Leonards Road, London


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A fantastic third floor (top floor) studio flat representing an excellent opportunity to either, 'get on the ladder,' or a perfect rental investment in the heart of East Sheen close to Mortlake Station.

Daniel Lysons (1762-1834) was a notable English antiquary and topographer of the late 18th and early 19th century, who published the four volume The Environs of London (published 1792 to 1796) - here is what he had to say about the area - 'East Sheen is a pleasant hamlet in this parish, situated on a rising ground considerably above the level of the river. It contains about ninety houses. There are several handsome villas: The vicinity to Richmond Park, and the beauty of the surrounding country, making it a desirable location.

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18 November 2016

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