A wonderfully unique mews home recently restored throughout to create a fabulous blend of historic character features and contemporary style. The open plan reception and kitchen featuring exposed beams and brickwork creates a super cosy living area with Juliette balcony and feature fireplace. Master bedroom with double height ceilings and fitted storage, large luxurious bathroom with separate shower and jacuzzi bathtub, second double bedroom and access to a flat roof. A superb live / workspace for those seeking something truly special, the original building was in use for several decades as a wine merchant.
Junction Mews is a quiet, cobbled mews, perfectly situated, moments from the local bars, restaurants and shops in Connaught Village, Hyde Park and Marble Arch.
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In addition to the rent, there are a few other costs that tenants must budget for before entering into a new tenancy agreement with Lurot Brand Lettings Ltd.
Before the tenancy starts the following charges will be payable: · Deposit (usually equivalent to five or six weeks’ rent) · Stamp Duty (on tenancies that amount to over £125,000) During the tenancy the following may be chargeable but will depend on the property you decide upon: · Utilities (gas, electricity, water and telephone) · Council Tax · Television licence · Installation of cable/satellite (if permitted and applicable) · Subscription to cable/satellite supplier · Insurance (for your personal and own contents) · Garden maintenance
At the end of the tenancy: · Professional cleaning of the property (cost dependant on the size of the property)
Water consumption is based on average water usage for the predicted occupancy of the property based on the number of bedrooms.
Total annual consumption (in cubic meters) is then averaged into a monthly cost.
Note: If you have 2 separate suppliers for water and sewage, you may receive 2 separate bills.