Group of 6 Flats in Westminster Central London
Priced at £5,880,000.
Nassau Street comprises an attractive mid-terraced period property in a highly desirable part of Fitzrovia, within the City of Westminster.
An attractive Grade ii Listed Georgian building in the heart of Fitzrovia, which was built around 1760, located moments from Oxford Street, Oxford Circus, Regent Street and Regent’s Park.
The building is currently arranged as six self-contained flats set over the lower ground to fourth floors and extends to approximately 4,270 sqft (NSA) and 4,950 sqft (GiA).
The estimated rental value is in the region of £190,000 pa
The property benefits from excellent transport links as well as outstanding amenities within the immediate vicinity.
Planning permission for the amalgamation of two residential units (Class C3) at third and fourth floor levels
About the area:
Westminster is an area of central London within the City of Westminster, part of the West End, on the north bank of the River Thames.
Westminster’s concentration of visitor attractions and historic landmarks, one of the highest in London, includes the Palace of Westminster, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey and Westminster Cathedral.
Nassau Street is located within the City of Westminster and is situated approx. 400m to the north of Oxford Street and approx.
600m from Oxford Circus Underground Station (Bakerloo, Central & Victoria line). Goodge Street Underground Station(Northern line) is located approx. 500m to the north east of the property whilst Tottenham Court Road Underground Station (Central & Northern line) is approx. 800m to the south east.
The area benefits from excellent local amenities and is just a short distance from the fashionable and highly popular areas of Mayfair, Marylebone and Soho, home to many of London’s famous theatres.
The property is a short distance from central London’s most well renowned public parks, Regent’s Park (c.1.1km) and Hyde Park (c.1.8km). in addition, Marylebone Station and Paddington Station are both easily accessible and provide rail access to nationwide destinations including services to Birmingham and Oxford.
The area also benefits from internationally renowned universities including the University of Westminster and Regents University, both of which are within walking distance.
Road communications are also excellent with the Marylebone
Road (A501) situated to the north, providing access to the M4 via the A40 to the west, and to the City to the east.