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37 Soho Square £1.85 million to £4.25million


EA Shaw has recently launched a new residential development, 37 Soho Square, which off ers fi ve two and three bedroom apartments in a Grade II listed building on the edge of one of London’s most beautiful squares. T e building is imbued with a fascinating history, having been home to various nobles and generals in the


seventeeth and eighteenth centuries, and it is also able to call itself the ‘birthplace of Harry Potter’, since its most recent occupier was Bloomsbury Publishing. Period features are retained throughout, with ornate cornicing and high ceilings complemented by classical contemporary interiors designed by Edward Philips. Originally restored architectural features include eighteenth century carved


panelling, original internal window shutters and a Rococco plaster ceiling in the living room of the fi rst fl oor fl at. T e apartments also off er an outstanding investment opportunity, as their proximity to Tottenham Court Road station will mean that


values will increase exponentially once Crossrail is completed in 2017.


Contact: EA Shaw 020 7420 3050 Quote Waterfront Magazine when enquiring


Nenthead House, Alston, Cumbria


£725,000 9 bedrooms


commanding country manor house


two adjoined homes converted into one grand residence period features


striking water feature with fountain, lawns, mature trees and stone fl agged sun terraces


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Fine & Country Gosforth Tel: 0845 4596000


www.fi neandcountry.com


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