Baker Street, Westminster, London NW1
Ref No: KE003-LI-RE508
An impressive two bedroom apartment with spacious living and lovely views is beautifully arranged on the seventh floor of a sought after mansion block in Marylebone. Renovated to a high standard, the property comprises two grand reception rooms, master bedroom with walk through wardrobe and en-suite bath/shower room, second double bedroom, contemporary kitchen and a modern shower room.
Chiltern Court is a landmark building located at the corner of Baker Street and Marylebone Road. It is ideally positioned within easy reach of an excellent selection of shops, bars and restaurants both in Marylebone and the West End, whilst the green open spaces and idyllic boating lakes of Regents Park are moments away.
Nearest Tube Stations:
Baker Street (Bakerloo, Jubilee, Metropolitan, Circle & Hammersmith Lines) zone 1
Marylebone (Bakerloo line & British Rail) zone 1
Bus Routes: 184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.274
Local Authority: City of Westminster
Council Tax: £993.98 p.a. (2017/18) BAND F
Heating: communal heating
Integrated electric hob with extractor fan over, integrated oven/grill, integrated dishwasher, integrated washer/dryer and integrated fridge/freezer.
Ceiling Height: 2.46m (entrance) / 2.58m (reception room)
This property is for long term tenancy only - minimum period of tenancy is 6 months. Rental price quoted is exclusive of utility bills.
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Tenancy Admin Fee: £220
Reference Fee: £30 per person
Check in Fee: £130
Renewal Fee: £150
Dilapidation Statement: £90
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