City Living in Modernist London
The Water Gardens was built between 1961 and 1966 as a singular part of a wider development by the Church Commissioners. Its Modernist architecture stands out amongst its heritage backdrop of Bayswater and Marylebone. This one bedroom apartment is overlooking the stunning centre courtyard, beautifully landscaped with mature trees, and, unsurprisingly water. Originally designed to create white noise, the water features still serve that purpose today. The property is situated on the fourth floor, with lift and offers a light filled reception space with room for dining, a new, separate and well appointed kitchen, bathroom and a large double bedroom, with ample built in storage. The property is well presented throughout.
- Upper Floor
- Long Let