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Luxury £4.5million penthouse just yards from Lord’s ground for sale

Just the wicket! Luxury £4.5million penthouse just yards from Lord’s ground with views of the pitch would be a cricket fan’s dream home

  • Lord’s historic cricket ground can be seen from balcony of the luxury penthouse in London’s St John’s Wood
  • The three-bedroom apartment is in highly sought-after London apartment block and is for sale for £4.5 million
  • If buyers get in quick they might be able to move in on time to watch the Cricket World Cup final this summer 

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 A luxury penthouse with views over Lord’s cricket ground has been put up for sale for £4.5million.

The historic cricket ground in the exclusive London suburb of St John’s Wood can be seen from the balcony of the £4.5million flat. 

If buyers get in quick, they might be able to move in on time to watch the Lord’s hosted Cricket World Cup final this summer.

This luxury penthouse with views over Lord’s cricket ground has been put up for sale for £4.5million

The historic cricket ground in the exclusive London suburb of St John’s Wood can be seen from the balcony of the £4.5m flat.

The historic cricket ground in the exclusive London suburb of St John’s Wood can be seen from the balcony of the £4.5m flat.

The three-bedroom penthouse is in a highly sought-after apartment block with a porter service, lift access and off-street parking

The three-bedroom penthouse is in a highly sought-after apartment block with a porter service, lift access and off-street parking

The three-bedroom penthouse, which is being listed by Savills,  is in a highly sought-after apartment block with a porter service, lift access and off-street parking.

It has a kitchen/breakfast room, living/dining room with a bar area, home cinema room. All the bedrooms have en suite bathrooms.

The apartment building stands just 330 yards away from the cricket ground and the penthouse is above the treetops and roofs of neighbouring properties.

From the balcony it is possible to see most of the pitch, although the new owner will need binoculars to watch a match properly.

There are multiple skylights which flood the property with natural light whilst the layout is flawless with all bedrooms separate to the entertaining space 

The luxury penthouse has a kitchen/breakfast room, living/dining room with a bar area, home cinema room

The luxury penthouse has a kitchen/breakfast room, living/dining room with a bar area, home cinema room

Both the stands and some of the green are visible, just 330 yards away, above the treetops and roofs of neighbouring properties.

Both the stands and some of the green are visible, just 330 yards away, above the treetops and roofs of neighbouring properties.

 

All the bedrooms in the property have en suite bathrooms. Pictured is the apartment's quaint garden balcony 

All the bedrooms in the property have en suite bathrooms. Pictured is the apartment’s quaint garden balcony 

Zach Madison, from estate agents Savills, said: “The penthouse at St John’s Wood Court is the kind of home that has wide-ranging appeal.

Zach Madison, from estate agents Savills, said: ‘The penthouse at St John’s Wood Court is the kind of home that has wide-ranging appeal.

From the balcony it is possible to see most of the pitch, although the new owner will need binoculars to watch a match properly

From the balcony it is possible to see most of the pitch, although the new owner will need binoculars to watch a match properly

One of London's finest parks, Regent's Park is a stone's throw from St John's Wood High Street and is bursting with high-quality eateries

One of London’s finest parks, Regent’s Park is a stone’s throw from St John’s Wood High Street and is bursting with high-quality eateries

Lord’s is hosting the cricket World Cup final on July 14 which is already sold out.

Zach Madison, from estate agents Savills, said: ‘The penthouse at St John’s Wood Court is the kind of home that has wide-ranging appeal.

‘It presents very well with good-sized bedrooms and living areas, it’s not far from the tube station so people can be in the centre of town in minutes and, of course, having views across Lord’s is something special.

‘You can see the pitch and match from the balcony but I think you’d need binoculars to watch closely. On the other balcony you have views of the BT Tower, London Eye and Walkie Talkie building.

‘You can’t fail to be impressed by the terraces and the London skyline view – day or night, it’s spectacular.

‘Regent’s Park is a walk away and St John’s Wood High Street has plenty of choice when it comes to shopping and eating out, making it a really well rounded neighbourhood for those that live here.

‘It’s a home that could be just what a local downsizer is looking for or someone needing a place in town that they can lock up and leave.

‘The Penthouse would make a great base for a cricket fan. The property would also make a great pied-à-terre and would also be a good option for a family downsizing from a family house to a lateral space.’

 

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