2 Bed Flat  Under-Offer  Nevern Square  London  Greater London  SW5   - £1,525,000

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This property is located within a very well maintained end of terrace period building on the corner of Nevern Square benefiting from above average light and space as a result. This very well presented second floor apartment benefits from a spacious double reception room and reception hallway, with good size ceiling height and unparalleled views across the square. There is a separate kitchen and two good sized double bedrooms one with ensuite bathroom a further shower room completes the accommodation. The apartment has access to the private square gardens. Located in the heart of Earls Court on the much sought after Nevern Square this property is also offered for sale with a share in the freehold.



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