8th Nov 2022
18th Jan 2023
- Listing status: sale
- Country: England
A rare pair of adjoining six storey buildings, comprising of 17 modern apartments with period features, set in the heart of Marylebone on Nottingham Place.
> 1 x Studio apartment
> 5 x 1 bedroom apartments
> 11 x 2 bedroom apartments
> 17 apartments comprising a mix of studio, 1 & 2 – bedrooms, totalling 10,547 sq ft
> The gia of the building totals 12,667 sq ft
> The current building erv in unmodernised condition is £714,500 per annum and £13,740 per week. There is potential for an incoming purchaser to fully redevelop the building to a high specification. This would increase the erv of the building to c.£1,071,750 per annum.
> Freehold tenure
> Located within a well maintained red brick Victorian building
> Close proximity to Regent’s Park and walking distance to Baker Street Underground station
> New passenger lift
> All apartments are eligible for Westminster parking permits
> Walking distance to award winning Marylebone High Street, with its array of popular restaurants, shops and bars
> Interior designed entrance hall with Minoli porcelain floor tiles, carpeted stairs and communal hallways
> Cedar House provides highly sought after lateral apartments due to the cross-converted nature of the buildings, as well as the period features and high ceilings.
> 7 apartments have outside space
> An abundance of original period features
> Quality full ff&E designer rental package to the latest regulatory standards
Marylebone is an affluent residential village, characterised by its architecture of ornate red
buildings and Georgian streets. Nestled between leafy Regent’s Park to the north and the retail district of Oxford Street to the
south, Marylebone boasts a central location with excellent access to central London’s first
class retail and dining scene. Marylebone has however itself become fabled for its multitude of independent cafes, delis and
shops. The core of this activity can be found in the Village, an area that spans Marylebone High Street and Marylebone Lane. The local area is steeped in history as it is home to
Nottingham Palace, The Wallace Collection and Royal Academy of Music. Marylebone has the unique privilege of being walking
distance from national landmarks such as Lord’s Cricket Ground, Marble Arch and Hyde Park, as well as hosting attractions including Madame Tussauds and the Sherlock Holmes Museum.
With its central location and excellent public
transport facilities, Marylebone provides easy
access to the rest of London and the United
Kingdom. Marylebone Station is the closest
railway, which runs a service out to Oxford.
Paddington Railway Station is located North
West of Cedar House and offers access to the
Heathrow Express, while to the East sits King’s Cross and St Pancras Railway Stations. The nearest underground station is Baker Street, which is serviced by the Bakerloo, Circle, Jubilee, Metropolitan and Hammersmith lines, offering numerous routes to access the rest of the capital.
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