6 Brechin Place is a residential freehold block located in the heart of The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
An attractive South facing red brick Victorian building in a quiet residential street. The total current GIA measures 4,103 sq ft (381 sq m) and includes LAPP to extend further to 4,213 sq ft (391 sq m) and for the installation of a passenger lift. For sale with vacant possession. 6 Brechin Place was built by prominent architect of his time George E Mineard and was completed in 1884. These attractive red brick Victorian former townhouses are ideally situated on the favoured south facing terrace that adjoins Rosary Gardens and Gloucester Road at each end of this conveniently yet quietly placed street. The open green spaces of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens are within ten minutes walk. Located in The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, one of London’s most popular and affluent districts and within walking distance of Knightsbridge, Kensington and Notting Hill. The borough is renowned for its many garden squares and offers a variety of historical and architectural landmarks that include the Victoria & Albert Museum, The Royal Albert Hall as well as the Natural History and Science Museums. The area benefits from exceptional shopping and leisure amenities with affluent retail and restaurants available at Kensington High Street and Westfield both within easy reach as well as the world class shopping of Knightsbridge and the West end that are located close by. The property is well connected and benefits from excellent transport communications with South Kensington and Gloucester Road underground stations within close proximity that offer Circle, District and Piccadilly line connections. Access to the major roads are also good with the A4 providing easy access to Heathrow (circa 30 minutes) and the motorway network. It is our understanding that mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are provided. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to ensure they are adequate for any future use of the property.