Under Offer

A stunning 2 bedroom apartment set within an impressive converted Art Deco factory building located close to Marylebone, Little Venice, Lords cricket ground and St Johns Wood.

The apartment occupies the 2nd floor, offers modern open plan living space with lots of natural light.

The Old Aeroworks, originally built in the 1920's, was occupied by The Palmer Tyre Company, who produced parts for aircrafts (including Spitfires & Hurricanes). The building was later converted into this sought after residential development.

The property is located close to the shops, cafés and restaurants of Edgware Road, Church Street Market & St John’s Wood High Street. Nearby Little Venice offers opportunities for walks along the canal, and green space is provided by Regents Park.

Offered furnished and available late September.

Room Summary

  • Bedroom(s):  2
  • Reception Room(s):  1
  • Bathroom(s):  2

Property Features

  • Former Aircraft Parts Factory
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • High Ceilings
  • Furnished
  • Extremely modern
  • Available late September
What is Smart Viewing?

What is Smart Viewing?
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