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Oseney Crescent, Kentish Town, London, NW5
Guide price £800,000
A two bedroom conversion set over the first and second floors of this classic Victorian building.
This three bedroom apartment occupies the upper floors of a late Victorian conversion. Situated on a quiet residential road in the heart of Kentish Town close to transport and within close walking distance to prominent schools.
“Very good agent
"From start to finish in dealing with selling my flat, Perrie was lovely to work with. She was straight forward, efficient, friendly and polite. I would highly recommend her."” – Chris F
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