Discover an eclectic way of life at Church Street, where Marylebone meets St Johns Wood and convenience combines with clutter-free living. Centrally situated for the best in transport links, cultural exploits and gastronomic adventures; this home brims with storage and also has its own balcony and sharerd garden.
Lease: 125 years from 24-08-1989, i.e. 96 years remaining
Service Charge & ground Rent: £1,200 per annum
Local Authority: City of Westminster
Council Tax: £710.50 p.a. (2018/19) BAND D
Ever found yourself at a crossroads in life? Unsure of which way to turn?
Fortunately, here at Church Street, the way forward is easily navigable. With St Johns Wood on one side of the road and Marylebone on the other, being at the hub of the wheel has never been more exciting.
Cosseted away on the corner of the third floor, in a small purpose-built block with only nine flats, make your way to lucky number seven via its separate balcony entrance. Here you can enjoy peace and privacy from the offset.
OWNER QUOTE: Everything is in short walking distance and its so central. Thats what I like about the area.
Slip through to your immediate left to discover whats cooking in your light and airy dining kitchen. Unlike so many modern apartments, where economy of space leads to snug space-age galley kitchens, number seven retains a spacious family kitchen feel. To your right, an oven and hob is built-in to crisp clean units, with fresh white splash tiles protecting the walls. Ample cupboard space here for all your pots and pans.
Beneath the demi-curve of the twin windows, fitted with blinds, gather around the dining table to enjoy a feast with friends; theres space for them all here.
Whats behind that door? The first of many space-saving surprises. Open it to discover your spacious pantry. The perfect utility room, stash away all your white goods in here, leaving space for that all-important dishwasher in the kitchen.
In a city where storage space is often the stuff of dreams, flat seven sees your dreams come true with not one, but two further storage cupboards eagerly awaiting your paraphernalia along the hallway. Did we mention that one of these is a walk-in wardrobe?
OWNER QUOTE: Separate storage…was important to me when looking for a flat as I had seen very few that had any kind of storage area.
Reminiscent of the design flow found in Scandinavian design flats, number seven Church Street simply feels very well organized.
From out of the kitchen window enjoy views of an attractive archaic building; one of the few blocks that narrowly avoided destruction during the bombing raids of World War 2. The Church Street estate is a living reminder of history with its eclectic mix of diverse architectural styles.
Following a late lunch, why not quench your thirst with a refreshing drink and take in the afternoon sun amidst the flowers out on your balcony? No one will disturb you in your private corner…
OWNER QUOTE: My flat is on the corner, Im totally uninterrupted by passers-by, its very convenient.
Out and about
Grab your coat, its time to explore!
Church Street is an effervescent location, with culture, fine dining and a breadth of entertainment on your doorstep and yet more to see and do within easy reach.
A commuters dream location, you are a mere fifteen-minute walk from Paddington Station, whilst Edgware Road tube station and Marylebone tube and rail station are sprinkled close by.
For fresh air and exercise, take the canal walk - either towards Primrose Hill, Portobello or around Paddington Basin. In Paddington Basin, be sure to explore the contemporary selection of bars and restaurants only a ten-minute walk from your home. Why not make the most of your central location and walk to Primrose Hill and Camden Town? Lords cricket ground, Regents Park including London ZOO, Hyde Park and Londons famous Oxford Street shopping area are another easy walk away.