Lawn Crescent, Ground Floor Flat, TW9

  • Address

    Lawn Crescent, Ground Floor Flat, TW9

  • Price


  • Property

    1 Bedroom

  • Details

    1 Reception, 1 Bathroom

  • Tenure




Opportunity to acquire a 1 bedroom conversion flat occupying the ground floor of an attractive Victorian building.

Subject to a regulated tenancy (please see agents for details) the property offers generous accommodation presented in generally good order however scope allows for further improvement/ cosmetic enhancement. The property also benefits from the ownership of both the front and rear gardens and the freehold of the building. NB: We are currently marketing for sale, the apartment which occupies the first and second floors within the building. There is an opportunity therefore to acquire the whole property for investment or to return the property into one family home (STUC). Located within easy reach of the local village shops and Kew Gardens underground station.



Local Authority: Richmond Upon Thames
Council Tax Band: D



Lawn Crescent, Ground Floor Flat, TW9 3NS

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