The land situated to the north west of Burton's Court was largely unbuilt in the early 18th Century. By the late 1700's, considerable building had taken place which included a terraced row with seven houses called Durham Place facing Burton's Court in c.1790. This charming key house sits in the centre of this terrace enjoying a spectacular east facing aspect over the gardens and grounds of Burton's Court. It is set back from the road, enjoying private parking off the street. At the rear, there is a very good west facing garden which measures approximately 41' x 21' (12.6m x 6.4m).
The house is held on a Cadogan Estate lease for a term of 60 ¾ years from 25th March 1979 expiring 25th December 2039, therefore having approximately 23 years unexpired as at today's date. The ground rent is assessed at 0.625% of the freehold value of the demised premises on the revision date, applicable every 21 years from 25th March 1979. For the purposes of this rent review, the freehold value is defined as the price at which the demised premises might reasonably be expected to be sold on the revision date in the open market with vacant possession, fully repaired in accordance with the provisions contained within the lease.
The current rent payable is £21,875 per annum. The next review date is in 2021.View payable Stamp Duty for this property