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Top 3 properties for sale in Queen’s Park

PUBLISHED: 18:42 16 February 2015 | UPDATED: 18:42 16 February 2015

One bedroom flat on Mozart Street W10. Available through Faron Sutaria for £350,000

One bedroom flat on Mozart Street W10. Available through Faron Sutaria for £350,000

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It’s possible in this pocket of Westminster to buy a small period property for less than £1million, but this may not be the case for long. Here’s our selection of three of the best properties on the market in Queen’s Park at the moment.

Two bedroom house in Oliphant Street W10Two bedroom house in Oliphant Street W10

Mozart Street, W10, £350,000

This one-bedroom flat is on the first floor of a period house, with an open-plan living space and high ceilings.

The building is part of a small stretch of independent shops and businesses near Queen’s Park tube station in an area which is steeped in local history.

The flat is ripe for modernisation.

Three bedroom mews house on Beethoven Street. Available through Abacus Estates for £1,495,000Three bedroom mews house on Beethoven Street. Available through Abacus Estates for £1,495,000

Faron Sutaria

Oliphant Street, W10. £860,000

This two-bedroom house is a classic Queen’s Park Estate terraced property.

It’s been brought up to date by the current owners and boasts a bright, contemporary open-plan living space downstairs, and two bedrooms on the first floor.

Whilst fully modernised, the property still retains its period, cottage charm.

Greene & Co.

Beethoven Street, W10, £1,495,000

Continuing the trend of streets named after classical composers but with little else in common with the Mozart Street property is this luxury new-build.

The architect-designed mews house is set back from the popular residential street behind gates and has the best modern technological appliances.

At just under 2,300sq ft, the house is ideal for entertaining, with the large reception room leading onto a courtyard.

Abacus Estates


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