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Top 3 properties in Maida Vale

PUBLISHED: 10:55 28 April 2016 | UPDATED: 16:10 04 May 2016

Randolph Avenue, W9, £4350,000

Randolph Avenue, W9, £4350,000

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Property in Maida Vale is mostly found in glorious redbrick mansion blocks, pretty mews, or grand cream stucco houses.

Warwick Avenue, W9, £7,950,000Warwick Avenue, W9, £7,950,000

Warwick Avenue, W9, £7,950,000

A Grade II-listed period house 382 sq m/4,113 sq ft benefiting from off street parking for two cars and a delightful 68 ft west facing rear garden. The house is offered in good condition throughout and retains many of its original features with high ceiling and well planned accommodation throughout.

Marylands Road, W9, £3,250,000Marylands Road, W9, £3,250,000

Marylands Road, W9, £3,250,000

A spacious and versatile five-bedroom 1880s Victorian terraced family home (275 sq m/2,970 sq ft) presented in good condition throughout with high ceilings, original cornicing and southerly facing garden. Marylands Road is a quiet residential street, near local shopping facilities and a short distance to Warwick Avenue Underground Station and nearby to Paddington, with the Heathrow Express and future Cross Rail connection.

Randolph Avenue, W9, £4350,000

Arranged currently over four floors with a floored loft room on the fifth floor, this light, bright, contemporary property offers a formal reception room, separate dining room, television room (or possible bedroom), large kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and substantial wine storage and a delightful and beautifully mature south west facing garden. The first floor contains the luxurious master suite of principal bedroom, large en suite bathroom and his and her dressing rooms. Options for further development include conversion for two additional bedrooms/bathrooms (from the study and TV room/wine store), which would create extra space/staff accommodation. In addition, there exists the possibility of adding a rear, lower ground floor extension, as has been done with adjacent properties.

All properties from Aston Chase


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