Fair cop: Last chance to live in a converted police station in Maida Vale
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There are only three apartments left for sale in the luxury redevelopment on Westbourne Place
A Grade II listed building that was built for the Metropolitan Police in 1911 has been converted into 25 luxury flats.
There are just a handful of homes left to purchase in the newly restored Butler House.
Redrow developers have swapped prison cells for luxury apartments with hotel style bathrooms.
All the hallmarks of lovely Victorian architecture still remain, including high ceilings throughout and the original feature staircases in the communal area.
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The old Police sign still hangs above the entranceway, although there are no bars on the bay windows.
The development has been popular with downsizers, and first-time buyers who had previously been renting in more expensive areas such as Notting Hill.
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There are two two-bedroom apartments still available, with prices starting at £695,000, and one three-bedroom priced at £960,000.
0203 538 3791 / westbourne-place.co.uk