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    3 bedroom terraced house for sale in Tachbrook Street, Pimlico, London, SW1V, SW1V
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterscot View Post
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    3 bedroom terraced house for sale in Tachbrook Street, Pimlico, London, SW1V, SW1V
    You downgrading?

    Wouldn't you prefer this? New home, 3 bed flat for sale in One Blackfriars, Southbank SE1 - Zoopla

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    na, I prefer street level.

    Quite fancy the idea of keeping a pied-à-terre London besides having our main residence here in Munich.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterscot View Post
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    3 bedroom terraced house for sale in Tachbrook Street, Pimlico, London, SW1V, SW1V
    Yes. I walk past it couple of days a week.
    Not a bad area. Some rough bits but it's London.
    Just outside the congestion charge zone and ULEZ.
    Fairly quiet at night. But pollution must be bad as Vauxhall Bridge Road is close by.
    Reasonable choice of pubs and a few restaurants nearby.
    Buses on Vauxhall Bridge Road to Waterloo.
    15 mins walk to St James tube.
    15 mins walk to Victoria Street and loads of eateries.
    Handy for Pimlico or Victoria tube and Victoria coach station.

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    Short walk from the Regency Café! Excellent location

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickFitz View Post
    Short walk from the Regency Café! Excellent location

    Isn't that where Alan Sugar sends the losing team?
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    Quote Originally Posted by darrylmg View Post
    Just outside the congestion charge zone and ULEZ.
    Fairly quiet at night. But pollution must be bad as Vauxhall Bridge Road is close by.

    Hope in the years ahead that'll change. Have got used to the fresh air up here in the alps. Returning to Auld Reekie on occasion causes my nose to twitch where it once did not before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterscot View Post
    Hope in the years ahead that'll change. Have got used to the fresh air up here in the alps. Returning to Auld Reekie on occasion causes my nose to twitch where it once did not before.
    There must be something going on in the U.K., there’s no money left for critical repairs to Hammersmith Bridge.

    Between this and ULEZ, give it a couple of years and London will be completely pedestrianised.

    Hammersmith Bridge 'closed indefinitely' after faults found - BBC News

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterscot View Post
    Isn't that where Alan Sugar sends the losing team?
    If that's the case, I'd lose on purpose - breakfast there is better than any other possible reward

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterscot View Post
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    3 bedroom terraced house for sale in Tachbrook Street, Pimlico, London, SW1V, SW1V
    I used to live in Pimlico a while ago. Excellent central location and it is very much a mix of rich and poor (similar to Kensington & Chelsea). Dolphin Square is full of MPs & Civil Servants and right next to it is Churchill Gardens which is one of the largest council estates in London.

    As one of the other posters mentioned Tachbrook Street is near Vauxhall Bridge Road so it is quite noisy & polluted and there is a street market on it at least once a week so you will have an Eastenders scene outside your front door
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