Frozen in time mansion untouched since 1960s goes on market for whopping £4.3m

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This is the inside of a £4.3million mansion that has not been touched since the 1960s.

The plush five-bedroom pad in northwest London has now been put on the market for the first time.

It is situated just metres from where The Beatles recorded their iconic music at Abbey Road Studios – and by the looks of it, that may have been the last time it was redecorated.

The house has been owned by the same family for decades and boasts two bathrooms, two reception rooms and a large garden.

Property website Zoopla described it as a "wonderful home, which has retained an abundance of period features".

The Blenheim Road property is also well located with easy access to tube stations and is a short walk away from Regent's Park, with cafes, shops and local amenities around St John's Wood High Street nearby.

It is built is over three floors and features a utility room, office space, two guest toilets, a conservatory, dining room, cellar space and a roof terrace

Tom Parker, a consumer spokesman at Zoopla, said: "Step back in time in this stunning property in St John’s Wood, which boasts many period features and a delightful, mature garden.

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"While new owners might want to undertake some modernisation, the delightful decor gives the property a charming feel and it is full of character.”

Buyers might need deep pockets though with the hefty price tag.

An online mortgage calculator says that a 10% deposit for the home would set you back a whopping £435,000.

Mortgage repayments are not cheap, either, and if it were to be paid back over a 25-year period at 2% interest, this would work out at £16,593 per month for the home.

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