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Sheldon Square, Paddington, London, W2

studio for sale

  • Bedrooms
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  • Receptions
    x 1
  • Bathrooms
    x 1
  • Outdoor Area
  • Parking
Map of Sheldon Square, Paddington, London, W2

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Floor Plan of Sheldon Square, Paddington, London, W2

Property Details

A first-floor studio flat located in Sheldon Square with canal views.

A first-floor studio flat located in Sheldon Square with canal views. The property is very bright with a wall of floor to ceiling glass facing the canal. Accessed from the hallway the apartment has lots of storage, a generous open plan studio space with kitchen living space and a bespoke fold away wall bed, bathroom and office/winter garden.
Sheldon Square is fantastically located for numerous bars, shops, gyms and restaurants including the floating canal restaurants. Paddington station with its Heathrow Express, National Rail and Underground connections are moments away.

Key Features

  • Studio
  • One Bathroom
  • Terrace
  • Modern
  • EPC Rating - D
  • Local Authority: Westminster
  • Council Tax Band: D
  • Tenure: Leasehold - 980 years 5 months (Nov 22)

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 UK MD Cory Askew, 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."