Morpeth Mansions is part an enclave of Mansion Flats sat behind Westminster Cathedral, essentially between Victoria Street and Francis Street, and adjacent to Carlisle Place and Ashley Gardens.
Victoria has seen significant redevelopment in recent years with an array of new shops, boutiques and restaurants enhancing the quality of living in this area immeasurably.
From Waitrose to Hugo Boss and Jo Malone on Victoria Street, to restaurants from Michelin star chefs such as Michel Roux Jnr, Jason Atherton and Tom Kerridge, Westminster has become a revitalized and thriving lifestyle destination with broad appeal for domestic UK and International tastes. Pimlico is close by with an array of boutiques and cafes creating a truly ''village-like' location in the heart of Central London
The close proximity of the Royal Parks, of St James's Park and Green Park, the renowned iconic landmarks of Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace, as well as superb transport connections at Victoria Station, St. James's Park and Westminster underground stations, make this a hugely attractive and convenient destination to own a home and live.
A highly desirable apartment located on the second flat of a renowned Mansion block that dates to the late 1800s.
In a building with a passenger lift, and enjoying an attractive outlook east, across the Westminster Cathedral and adjoining school this is a bright property which is enhanced by ceiling heights of over 3.2m.
Accommodation briefly comprises two elegant reception rooms with private balcony access, a kitchen/breakfast room and three bedrooms and two bathrooms and further WC cloakroom. Having been in the same ownership for over 25 years the condition will now most likely be considered by buyers as requiring some modernising and refurbishment.
This will be an enormously attractive property for any buyer looking for a permanent or regular home in a historical and convenient Central London location that is convenient for all the local iconic amenities, Victoria Station and St James's Park