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Rescorp offering ‘dream home’ in St John’s Wood


The chance to create a ‘dream home’ on ‘one of the most desired streets in St John’s Wood’ is how Rescorp Residential is marketing a stucco fronted family home situated on Acacia Road.

With an asking price of GBP10 million, the 3,660 sq ft the house is being sold with planning permission to double its size to 7,619 sq ft.           
The house occupies a prominent position within the St John’s Wood. The planning permission in place will enable the purchaser to open up the exterior wall, creating an imposing wide frontage, a spacious private driveway and a generously proportioned front and south-facing garden.
Vic Chhabria, Director of Rescorp Residential, says: “This is a rare opportunity for someone wishing to build their dream home in one of the most sought after streets in St John’s Wood. The property is the first house off Acacia road, situated metres away from Avenue Road, where houses typically sell for GBP20-GBP40 million. We estimate that it will cost GBP3 million to undertake this exciting project, which will enable whoever buys the property to put their own personal stamp on the interior design and the specification. By obtaining planning permission, the owner of the home has increased its value and desirability by approximately GBP1.5 million and the property has the potential to become one of the finest luxury homes in the area”.
29 Acacia Road is situated close to both Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill and is just a short walk away from the boutiques and eateries of St John’s Wood High Street. 

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