2 bedroom flat for saleNewton Court, 53-59 Kensington Church Street, London
- 2 Double Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom
- Reception Room, Separate fully fitted eat-in kitchen
- Large entrance hall, High ceilings, Wooden floors
- Guest Cloakroom, Porter
A superb opportunity to purchase a spacious two double bedroom lateral apartment quietly located to the rear of this desirable period building in prime Kensington.
Spread over 975 sq ft on the raised ground floor, the well-proportioned accommodation comprises an attractive drawing room with period detailing, a separate fully fitted eat-in kitchen, two good sized double bedrooms (with fitted wardrobes), a bathroom and a guest cloakroom. There is a large entrance hall, high ceilings and wooden floors throughout.
Newton Court is a popular red brick mansion block benefitting from a caretaker. It is superbly located on Kensington Church Street providing easy access to the shopping, leisure and transport amenities both Kensington High Street and Notting Hill Gate have to offer. Meanwhile, the green open spaces of Kensington Gardens are a short walk away.
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