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Barton Street Barton Street
Private Sale
Viewing by appointment only

A wonderful opportunity to acquire this rarely available freehold property.
A charming, 5 storey, Grade II listed, early 18th century town house.   
The house has been in the same ownership for 30 years and although it has been well maintained,
it would now benefit from sympathetic refurbishment.
Located on a quiet, residential, gas lamp lit street, 5 minutes walk from the Palace of Westminster.

3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, shower room, 2 reception rooms, study, kitchen/breakfast room,
patio, vault and sunny terrace.
Approx 1300 sq ft.

Guide price £1,200,000 subject to contract (approx: $2,135,000 / €1,805,000)

Viewing by appointment only

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Kitchen / Breakfast Room
18'  x  11'10" (Maximum)
The cheerfully decorated kitchen area is fitted with a range of wall and base units, a stainless steel sink unit, a four ring gas hob and tiled splash backs. The breakfast area features a recess that originally housed a fireplace (and retains the wooden mantel) and additional floor to ceiling cupboards.  The window looks out to the vault and up to road level.  The tiled floor extends out to the hallway that leads to the rear of the house and the stairway.  
9'3"  x  8'7" (Maximum)
The brightly decorated bedroom is approached through a stone floored hall. The room has a window overlooking the patio.
9'6"  x  7'7" (Maximum)
Also brightly decorated, the study is positioned between the bedroom and shower room, and has two windows looking out onto the patio.
8'10"  x  7'7" (Maximum)
The surprisingly spacious vault is located at the front of the house and is situated underneath the pavement of Barton Street.  It is entered via a lockable decorative wrought iron sliding gate, and has been used by the current owners as a wine cellar and (on occasions) tasting room.
Shower Room & Lavatory
The jolly shower room features a shower unit with overhead spotlight and a vanity unit with inset washbasin, also with overhead spotlight.  There is a lavatory in the adjoining room with a window overlooking the patio.
The sunny little patio is entered from the stone floored hall.  It boasts a grapevine (believed to be over 200 years old) growing from one of the two flowerbeds.
Reception Room (with hall)
19'  x  12'2" (Maximum)
Elegant wooden panelled, wooden floored entrance hall and reception room.   The panelled reception room features a decorative fireplace, two sash windows looking out onto Barton Street and a glazed door leading out to the terrace at the rear of the house.   
10'3"  x  9'3" (Maximum)
The terrace is approached up a few steps, and is sufficiently sheltered and suitably positioned to be an exceptional sun-trap (weather permitting).
Reception Room
18' 3"  x  12'4" (Maximum)
A stylish high ceilinged room with wooden floor and two large sash windows overlooking Barton Street, and a smaller sash window over looking the terrace to the rear of the house.  Also featuring a most attractive fireplace, this is an ideal room for entertaining.
12'10"  x  9'8" (Maximum)
This attractive room has a built in wardrobe and cupboard, a decorative fireplace, two large sash windows overlooking Barton Street and a door through to the bathroom.
With two doors (one from the bedroom and a second from the landing) this bathroom features a large bath with wall mounted taps, a pedestal washbasin and a lavatory.  The window overlooks the terrace.
11'2"  x  10'10" (Maximum)
This charming wooden floored room features a small fireplace and a large window that offers views of both the corner tower of the House of Lords, and of Big Ben (when the leaves have fallen from the trees).
A bright, compact bathroom to the rear of the house this room has a bath (with a shower attachment), a washbasin and a lavatory and a large window looking out from the rear of the house.

All measurements are approximate

The house is within the Division Bell area.   Nearest Tube stations are Westminster, St James's Park, Victoria and Pimlico.   Victoria also provides London buses and countrywide coaches, along (of course) with train services.   10 minutes from Waterloo International (by cab), and 15 minutes by cab from Knightsbridge and the City…

Council Tax Band G (£1008 p.a. at time of writing (02.05.04)).

Qualifying residents can take a space in Abingdon Street Car Park (less than 2 minutes from the front door) and obtain 24 hour secure parking. (For £820 at the time of writing).

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