**For Sale By Public Auction 17th June 2020 12:00 pm. To inspect the legal documents for this property go to our website to download the legal pack**
A One Bedroom Lower Ground Floor Garden Flat
Tenure Leasehold. The property is held on a 99 year lease from 10th December 1981 (thus approximately 60 years unexpired). A section 42 notice to extend the lease can be served prior to completion at the buyer's request, the rights of which would be assigned.
Location The property is situated on a quiet residential road in Queens Park close to the local shops and amenities. The open spaces of Queens Park and Paddington Recreation Ground are within easy reach. Transport links are provided by Queens Park underground (Bakerloo line) and overground stations which are a short walk away.
Description The property comprises a large lower ground floor flat within a Victorian mid terrace building arranged over lower ground and three upper floors.
Exterior The property benefits from a private rear garden.
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