Property reference number 5724457. To enquire about this property click the "Request Details" buttondate available: 23rd June 2019features:Rent direct from the LandlordRecently renovated (Oct-18)Large bright living roomBathroomKitchenette with all modern appliancesWashing machineExcellent storage spaceHigh ceilingsPrime locationMoments from local amenities2-minute walk to nearest station (West Kensington – District Line)rent:£275pw / £1,194.94pcm payable monthlyWater bills included (tenant pays gas, electricity and council tax).
Five weeks deposit (£1,375) required and one month’s rent (£1,194.94) in advance.
References will be taken (employer ref, previous landlord ref, last 3 months bank statements, copy of passports).
Council Tax – this property is a Band B - £872.35 per annum.
Property description:Spacious, bright and airy studio flat (2nd Floor), fully furnished with good storage space, located in this quiet tree-lined road in central West Kensington. Comprising a double bed, fully fitted kitchenette and fully tiled bathroom. Communal area weekly cleaner. 2 min walk to West Kensington station. Set in this prime location in the heart of West Kensington with its shops (Westfield Shopping Centre), Earl’s Court Olympia Exhibition Centre, cafes, library, banks, cinema and post office all on your doorstep. Nearest train station is West Kensington (District Line is 2-minute walk).
Ideal location for Imperial College students or Charing Cross Hospital professionals.
Property layout:Living Room:Double bed, 2 bedside lights, white wardrobe incorporating 2 double cupboards and central dressing unit with mirror, 2 bedside tables with drawers, brown folding dining table and 2 dining chairs, bookcase, radiator, light fitting, net curtains, drapes on track, telephone and TV points, 3 double power points, door entry phone etc.
Kitchenette:3 fitted white wall cupboards, 4 double cupboards wall mounted above kitchen area, half unit with fan extractor unit, Tricity President gas cooker and oven, sink with drainer, white floor mounted cupboards, Hotpoint fridge with freezer shelf, Hotpoint washing machine, spotlights, beige floor tiles, 2 double power points and cooker point.
Bathroom:White floor tiles, beige wall tiles, white bath with mixer tap and shower unit, shower curtain, WC, wall mounted Radiant boiler, hand basin, towel rails, air extractor, shaving socket, wall mounted mirror with light, spotlights, beige blinds and radiator.
Mini Hallway (leading to bathroom):Spotlight and light switchWeekly communal area cleaner.
No petsprevious tenant reference:The apartment I rented and lived for almost three years is in a beautiful brown brick period house on a quiet tree lined street. What I liked most about the apartment is that it has high ceilings and big windows facing west. It is also located conveniently within 3 mins walk from West Kensington station. The property is well presented, benefiting from a modern fitted kitchen and bathroom and plenty of storage space. Throughout the period of my tenancy, the landlord has been committed to providing an excellent service. If there are any issues with the property, which weren’t many in the past 3 years, they endeavoured to resolve issues as quickly and as reliable as possible, for which I am very grateful. Thank you!(Miss Z. – Feb 2016)dimensions: (approx. Room sizes in ft and inches)Living Room: 14.5 x 12.3 (H: 8.11)Kitchenette Area: 7.10 x 3.8 (H: 8.11)Mini Hall (leading to bathroom): 2.10 x 2.3 (H: 6.7)Bathroom: 7.1 x 5.2 (H: 8.2)location:Nearest train station is West Kensington (District Line is 2-min walk).
Set in this prime location in the heart of West Kensington with its shops (Westfield Shopping Centre), Earl’s Court Olympia Exhibition Centre, cafes, library, banks, cinema and post office all on your doorstep.
The flat is moments from West Kensington station (District Line), 5 minutes from Barons Court station (District and Piccadilly Lines) and 10 minutes from Hammersmith station (access to District, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City and Circle lines). Hammersmith Broadway offers a fantastic selection of shops, cafes and restaurants. For motorists, you have easy access to the A4.
This property would be ideal for Imperial College Students or Charing Cross Hospital Professionals.
Nearest stations:West Kensington (0.1 miles – District Line)Barons Court (0.4 miles – Piccadilly Line)Kensington Olympia (0.5 miles - District Line and London Overground)west kensington:West Kensington is an area on the western edge of Central London primarily located within the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, encompassing some western areas of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, located 3.4 miles west of Charing Cross. West Kensington (W14) is roughly defined as the area between Brook Green & Hammersmith Road to the west, Fulham to the south, Shepherd’s Bush to the north and Kensington to the east.
It is best known as home to the Olympia Exhibition Centre, Westfield Shopping Centre and the Queen’s Club at Barons Court.
West Kensington is primarily a residential area consisting mainly of Victorian terraced houses, many of which are subdivided into flats. There are excellent examples of Victorian architecture, with several houses and some entire streets listed - including the imposing mansion blocks of Fitzgeorge Avenue (off North End Road) and the mansion blocks around Avonmore Road including, Glyn Mansions (Built 1897), Avonmore Mansions and Avonmore Gardens (Built 1893) which is located next to the new Kensington Village development.
Hammersmith & fulham:The London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham is a London borough in West London.
In 1908, the Franco-British Exhibition and Olympic Games were hosted in the borough, at White City, but was then redeveloped. In 1960, the bbc opened the bbc Television Centre, and in 2008, Westfield London, a large development with new transport links and a shopping centre, finally completed the redevelopment after one hundred years.
The borough includes areas such as Shepherd's Bush, Chelsea, West Kensington, Olympia (London's major exhibition and event venue) and Hammersmith (also famous for the Hammersmith Apollo Theatre) are amongst the many varied and interesting places to visit and explore.
London's Rural Thames stretches from Hampton Court Palace, one of the great icons of Tudor England, to fashionable Chelsea Harbour, not forgetting the annual Oxford - Cambridge boat race and the choice of Premier League football available (Stamford Bridge, Craven Cottage and Loftus Road). Something new and exciting happens in Hammersmith and Fulham every day.
Hammersmith & Fulham is known for their up-market shops and boutiques, galleries, museums, bars, cafes and restaurants. Not far away is the world-famous department store Harrods, a must for any serious shopper or sightseer.
From the West End to Hammersmith & Fulham it only takes 15 minutes by tube (District, Piccadilly, Central or Hammersmith & City lines) and 30 minutes from Heathrow. Many bus routes bring people into Hammersmith from all surrounding areas.
Contact details:For enquiries or to arrange for a viewing please contact the landlord.
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