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4-6 St Edmund's Terrace (by renowned developer Linton) combines the best of elegant contemporary living with an unparalleled location.
Situated in the heart of one of London’s most sophisticated and serene neighbourhoods, St Edmund's Terrace is a striking collection of nine luxury apartments, all of which have been finished to a discerningly high specification.
Floor-to-ceiling windows provide an abundance of natural light throughout the generously proportioned living spaces, and kitchen and bathrooms feature Miele, Quooker and Hansgrohe fixtures and fittings.
Apartment 8 is the Sub-Penthouse which occupies the entire third floor and provides 2,037 sq ft (189 sq m) of luxurious living accommodation. The open plan reception room, which incorporates a dining area and fully fitted kitchen benefits from a double aspect and six floor-to-ceiling windows.
The interior designed apartment is conveniently serviced by first come, first served underground parking, a daytime concierge service and passenger lift, and benefits from a wealth of modern amenities including comfort cooling, underfloor heating, smart lighting system, and provisions for high-speed internet.
St Edmund's Terrace is enviably located between two of London’s finest Royal Parks (Primrose Hill and Regent's Park), and further benefits from being within close proximity to all of the cosmopolitan amenities of both Primrose Hill Village and St John’s Wood High Street.
Bordering one of the best-loved Royal Parks of London, Regent’s Park, St John’s Wood offers a peaceful village atmosphere that is mere minutes from London’s West End, making the area eternally popular with house hunters due to its wide variety of architectural styles. Walking its leafy streets you will find grand Regency villas, large stucco-fronted Victorian terraced houses, spacious 1930s mansion blocks and 1960s apartment blocks, alongside a number of contemporary purpose-built developments.…. Read More
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