The Landau, Farm Lane SW6

The Landau, Farm Lane SW6

SPACE, STYLE AND SERENITY; AN HISTORIC HAVEN

PROJECT DETAILS
  • 89 apartments for private sale
  • Landscaped communal pocket gardens designed by leading London garden designer ‘Modular’
  • Private residents’ lounge
  • Residents only gym with changing facilities, multi-use exercise room, lockers and a range of gym equipment
  • Cycle storage with secure access
  • Interior designed residential lobby with feature lighting and residents’ seating area
  • Residential cores served by passenger lifts
  • Underground car parking space with secure access to the residential areas. One allocated to each apartment.
LOCATION

The Landau is situated in a quiet leafy part of Fulham on Farm Lane. In this friendly and cosmopolitan neighbourhood with a distinctive British flavour, well known high street shops sit alongside designer boutiques and artisan delis. Marco Pierre White’s Michelin-starred restaurant Marco is just moments away and there is an abundance of local bars and gastropubs to choose from.

With a short walk to Fulham Broadway Station or West Brompton Station, the rest of London is easy to get to, including some of the world’s best institutes of education.

Just some of the schools and universities include:

The London Oratory School
1 min walk

Imperial College – South Kensington campus
10 mins by tube

St Paul’s School for Girls
22 mins by tube

King’s College
31 mins by tube

London School of Economics
34 mins by tube

University College London
35 mins by tube

For further information, please contact :-

Winson (REN 12354)
T: +6 016-337 6664
winson@cbre-wtw.com.my
Diana (PV 1587)
T: +6 012-340 4941
diana@cbre-wtw.com.my
Anna (REN 05086)
T: +6 019-227 5317
annaw@cbre-wtw.com.my
Cartene (REN 13948)
T: +6 017-246 0513
cartene@cbre-wtw.com.my
 Marketing Agents

C H WILLIAMS TALHAR & WONG
WTW REAL ESTATE SDN BHD

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