You know what it's like... you've just been to the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique at Harrods for your weekly princess makeover and you are desperate to get home in time to live-tweet while watching the next episode of the Real Housewives of the Enchanted Kingdom.
Then your pumpkin carriage gets stuck in notorious London traffic and, as lovely as they are, your glass slippers were just not built for the long-distance walk home.
What's a girl to do?
Fear not, fair maiden, for a princess-style, glass-slippered pied-a-terre within skipping distance of Harrods can now be yours.
Are you under the spell of this property? Well, if you've got the £1.7m (plus ground rent and service charges), then get set to move into the two-bedroom, two-bathroom, double-reception garden property in the very prestigious London neighbourhood.
Ideal for the young and up-and-coming princess, you are sure to get Sleeping Beauty-esque slumber in the quiet main bedroom.
The two reception rooms will make hosting visiting princesses or courting your Prince Charming a dream, while the second bedroom is perfect for putting up your wicked stepmother or comfortably sleeping seven dwarves.
There is parking for your horse-drawn carriage and there are two patio gardens - perfect for the bevy of house-cleaning forest friends you enchant with your singing.
Whether Princess-in-training or Katie Price wannabe, this property may be what you have been dreaming of. If so, it's currently on the market via Strutt & Parker.
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