Portland Place, London, W1B

4 bedroom flat for sale in Marylebone

£4,650,000Leasehold
  • Bedrooms
    x 4
  • Receptions
    x 2
  • Bathrooms
    x 4
  • Outdoor Area
    No
  • Parking
    No
Map of Portland Place, London, W1B

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Property Details

A very elegant and gracious apartment (almost 2,400 sq ft ) on the third floor of this stone fronted period apartment block. This property benefits from high ceilings, floor to ceiling French Doors from the two interconnecting reception rooms and master bedroom, all affording views onto Portland Place. There are four bedrooms, all with an ensuite bathroom, and a large study/TV room area. This is Marylebone at its very finest - classy living and finished in a contemporary style with oak flooring, a new kitchen and bathrooms. No 73 Portland Place is a boutique block and has the advantage of only one lateral apartment on each floor. Facing east and west, this is a really bright apartment and will appeal to those wanting spacious lateral accommodation with large rooms and plenty of built in storage throughout.

Portland Place is one of the most sought after parts of Marylebone, indeed, in the whole of central London. The property is well located for the restaurants, shopping and transport facilities the area has to offer. Residents of the building also have access (subject to a fee) to the private gardens in Park Crescent. With resident porterage and a 997 year lease, this is a fantastic property we are delighted to be marketing for sale as Sole Agents.


Key Features

  • Leasehold 997 Years
  • Large Entrance Hall
  • Drawing Room Interconnecting with Dining Room
  • Study/TV Room
  • Kitchen
  • Guest WC
  • 4 Bedrooms each with Ensuite Bathroom
  • Video Entry Phone
  • Live-in Porter
  • Passenger Lift
  • Access (with a fee) to Private Gardens in Park Crescent
  • EPC Rating C
  • Communal Heating & Hot Water
  • Service Charge Approx £3,600 per quarter
  • Contribution to Sinking £1,400 per quarter