Top 3 properties in Queen’s Park
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Property in Queen’s Park is mostly found in attractive Gothic Revival Victorian workers’ cottages, which still sell for under £1million (a rarity in Westminster)
Saltram Crescent, W9, £740,000
This two-bedroom garden flat is part of a terraced period house and has large sash windows and ornate period features with a spacious reception room opening into the kitchen and leading onto the private garden.
Second Avenue, W10, £785,000
This two-bedroom cottage on the Queen’s Park estate has been re-vamped with a conservatory dining room and stylish decor throughout as well as a charming patio garden. The reception room has wooden floors and there are period features including fireplaces and cornicing throughout.
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Sixth Avenue, W10, £795,000
Completely refurbished and extended in a contemporary style, this three-bedroom neo-Gothic house has a stylish glass box rear extension, stylish grey kitchen and an en-suite bedroom on the top floor. There is also an attractive garden with planted beds.
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