Advertisement for 67 Tufton Street in Homes & Property, Evening Standard, 8.10.2014.

Advertisement for 67 Tufton Street in Homes & Property, Evening Standard, 8.10.2014.

8. October 2014
Screen capture of 67 Tufton Street development website at www.67tuftonstreet.com

Screen capture of 67 Tufton Street development website at www.67tuftonstreet.com

1. October 2014

67 Tufton Street

Address:
67 Tufton Street, London SW1P 3QS
Type:
Residential
Completion:
2015
Flats:
22
Viewed:
7705

Description of 67 Tufton Street

67 Tufton Street is a residential building in Westminster, London SW1.

2015 - 22,000 sq ft office building was converted into a residential.
The building comprises 19 apartments and 3 duplex penthouses.
Planning permission was obtained in July 2013 for a scheme of 22 residential units.

Sources:
- Wrenbridge www.wrenbridge.co.uk

Connected Companies

Developer:
Main Contractor:

Transport

The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
St. James's Park Underground Station
Circle, District
Millbank - 1 min. walking / 44 metres
507, C10

News: (3)

Freehold For Sale

Savills is auctioning off a freehold of the 67 Tufton Street building on 26th of March 2020 with a guide price of £265,000+.

Corner building arranged as 22 recently developed luxurious apartments in a prestigious central London location. Ground Rent Investment let at £17,800 per annum.

See more at http://auctions.savills.co.uk.

09/03/2020 12:35 by Buildington

Show apartment now available!

26/02/2015 21:10 by Buildington

Studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments available with prices from £680,000.

For further information please visit www.67tuftonstreet.com.

Via Homes & Property, Evening Standard, 1.10.2014

01/10/2014 22:13 by Buildington

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