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Kensington High Street, Kensington, London, W8

3 bedroom flat for sale

£1,750,000Leasehold
  • Bedrooms
    x 3
  • Receptions
    x 2
  • Bathrooms
    x 2
  • Outdoor Area
    Yes
  • Parking
    Yes
Map of Kensington High Street, Kensington, London, W8

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Property Details

A stunning newly refurbished two-bedroom apartment with a terrace, set in the heart of Kensington and offering approx.1194 sq. ft of living space.

Set on High Street Kensington, this triplex apartment has been refurbished to a high standard throughout and benefits from two outside spaces. Comprising two double bedrooms, two bathrooms, two reception rooms, a modern fitted kitchen and a south-facing demised terrace.

High Street Kensington is centrally located and within a short walking distance of the open spaces of Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park. There are excellent transport links and shopping facilities in Kensington High Street. (Circle & District Lines)

Key Features

  • • Three bedrooms
  • • Resident parking
  • • Terraced
  • • Roof terrace

Latest News:

Druce expands its London footprint with five new branches Central London estate agency Druce has expanded its base with the acquisition of Bective, one of the capital's premier estate agencies. Established in 1822, Marylebone-based Druce has taken over all five of Bective's branches: Kensington, Chelsea, Brook Green, Ladbroke Grove and Notting Hill. The branch offices have been rebranded and now form part of the larger Druce business. Druce's CEO, Robert Bartlett, commented, "This acquisition has enabled us to rapidly expand our presence within Central London, increasing our footprint to six agencies across several prime locations. Bective’s heritage is aligned with our own, and we feel that the combined entity will allow us to reintroduce the Druce brand in the capital."