1 bedroom apartment for saleHarcourt Street, Marylebone, London, W1H
- Vaulted ceiling
- Top floor
- Immaculate order
- Quiet location
This lovely flat is light and spacious. It has been cleverly converted with double height being created by opening up into the butterfly roof, which gives a vaulted effect and brings in lots of extra light. It also has a big bedroom with lots of room for storage, this has an exposed brick feature wall. The bathroom and kitchen are both well fitted and it has a classically modern overall feel.
Harcourt Street is a quiet road on the west side of Marylebone. The area has a number of shops, restaurants and the Swedish church which have sprung up to service the Nordic community and Swedish Embassy staff. It is of course popular with other nationalities too because of some delightful local shops and restaurants on Crawford Street and York Street, as well as an almost innumerable choice in the rest of Marylebone and West End beyond. The local tube stations are Marylebone, Marble Arch and the well-connected Baker Street, which offer speedy connections to the rest of the capital.
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