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- A: 6-8 Montpelier Street SW7 1EZ
With its east to west facing rooms, the property is flooded with natural light throughout and has unencumbered westerly views to the rear. Briefly comprising its own entrance on the ground floor, ascending stairs to a brightly lit half landing, then on to the reception room which adjoins the kitchen breakfast room, all of which are pleasantly decorated with wooden floors throughout, bespoke cabinetry and Chesneys gas fireplace with stone surround. The 2nd floor has two double bedrooms and family bathroom, with the principal bedroom and ensuite bathroom, complete with free standing roll top claw foot bath, situated on the third floor offering wide stretching views from the Juliette balcony.
Webb’s Road features wonderful boutique cafes, shops and galleries, running parallel to the ever popular and amenity filled Northcote Road and sitting between the great green expanses of both Clapham and Wandsworth Commons. Transport links of Clapham Junction over ground, or Clapham South and Common Tube Stations can all be found an easy walk away, along with plentiful bus routes. Both Belleville and Honeywell Primary schools are approximately 200m and 400m walk respectively with numerous other highly regarded private schools close at hand such as Thomas’ Clapham, Broomwood Hall to name a few and secondary options of Belleville Academy and Emanuel Also close by.
*N.B this property is owned by a director of NVP.
Stamp Duty on Residential Property Purchases, as of 4 December 2014, is now calculated at increasing rates for each portion of the price being paid, in a similar fashion to income tax.
In order to simplify the more complicated calculation, Nicholas Van Patrick provide you with a 'Stamp Duty Calculator'.
Enter the proposed price below to establish the tax payable on your purchase
|Price bands||Percentage rate||Taxable sum||Tax|
|Up to £125,000||0%||£0||£0|
|Above £125,000 and up to £250,000||2%|
|Above £250,000 and up to £925,000||5%||0||0|
|Above £925,000 and up to £1,500,000||10%||0||0|