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Acacia Road, St John's Wood, London NW8

A rare opportunity to purchase a beautifully presented double fronted detached house.

A rare opportunity to purchase a beautifully presented double fronted detached house (575sq. m/6,185sq. ft) arranged predominately on two floors only on the favoured East side of St Johns Wood with a carriage driveway. This magnificent home situated on one of St Johns Wood’s finest roads provides spacious well-planned family accommodation featuring an abundance of natural light including an exceptional drawing and dining room with direct access onto the rear garden. Further accommodation includes a beautiful master bedroom suite spanning the rear of the house overlooking the garden. There are a further six bedrooms and three bathrooms (two en-suite). The house is located 0.4 miles from Regents Park and St John's Wood tube station and High Street are a moment’s walk. Accommodation: Entrance Hall, Guest WC, Study, Kitchen Breakfast Room, Drawing Room, Dining Area, Utility Room, Second WC, Garage, Master Bedroom with En-Suite Bathroom & Dressing Room, A Further Six Bedrooms, A Further three Bathrooms (2 En-Suite), Garage, Carriage Driveway for 6 Cars, Loft Storage, Basement / storage room, Secluded South Facing Rear Garden Measuring 76’x 60’. EPC Rating D.

Over £10 Billion pounds worth of property Sold

Ian Green Residential has sold and acquired in excess of £10 billion pounds worth of property on behalf of clients in St John’s Wood, Little Venice and Regent’s Park in the last 17 years. This has been achieved through a consistent, personalised approach, with bespoke property services that match the needs and requirements of our clients.

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