Chartwell Court, Brook Road, Dollis Hill NW2
£320,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 1
A stunning 1‐bedroom apartment situated on the second floor of this charming purpose‐built, gated, historic and locally listed apartment building. The Post Office Research Station, located in Dollis Hill was opened in 1933 by Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald, the site where Alan Turing and Thomas Flowers conducted their research for the Enigma Machine during the second World War.The building was converted into high end luxury apartments in 1999 after several years of planning applications. This bright and airy apartment boasts high ceilings and modern, spacious accommodation throughout. Featuring a contemporary reception room/open plan fully fitted kitchen, double glazing throughout, a double bedroom with large built‐in storage and a jack and jill en-suite.The communal areas and green spaces are fabulously maintained and surround the building with a peaceful and reflective pond, perfect for a summer picnic or barbeque! This development offers residents allocated off street parking within the gated development.The property is pleasingly located within easy access of Dollis Hill and Neasden stations, each providing excellent cross-London links, as well as numerous regular bus routes serving the surrounding area. A wide selection of shops and amenities are within easy reach, as well as having great access to local schools and the beautiful open spaces of nearby Gladstone Park.Viewings are highly recommended!Tenure : Leasehold Lease Remaining: 102 yearsService charge: £3240pa Council : BrentCouncil tax band : C

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