Worship at the altar of musical greats by snapping up this £1.9million apartment in a converted church overlooking Abbey Road Studios. Fans of The Beatles will be in heaven as, not only have the streets outside the three-bedroom apartment been walked by the Fab Four, but it is also a stone’s throw from Cavendish Avenue, home of Sir Paul McCartney.
The restored Grade II-listed converted church sits in the shadows of arguably the world’s most famous recording studios where The Beatles recorded their 11th studio album,
Its cover features them walking across the now famous zebra crossing outside the studios, a scene still replicated as tourists cross and pose minute-by-minute.
The area has been the stomping ground for some of the most famous names in music including Sir Edward Elgar, Dame Vera Lynn, Judy Garland, George Ezra, Ed Sheeran, Kanye West and Adele.
Residents at the property will benefit from three-bedrooms and three-bathrooms located on the top floor of the building.
The main open plan living space has a mezzanine that divides the kitchen/dining space and the lounge. Finished to a high standard, the apartment is ready to move into.
The property is on the market with JLL and associate director Tom Middleditch, said: “Ask anyone where Abbey Road is and they’ll tell you it’s one of the most celebrated streets in the world.
“The property, which is located within a 19th century converted church, enjoys magnificent proportions, tall ceilings and beautiful architectural details.
“Given its location in St John’s Wood, I suspect it will be popular with entrepreneurs or those linked to the music industry.”
The property is a 34-minute journey from Canary Wharf via the Jubilee line at St John’s Wood station, and is within walking distance of Maida Vale for the Bakerloo line.