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image  Westbury Avenue, London, N22


image ££1,450 pcm

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image 1 RECEPTION
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Features

 Available from 26th February 2018
 Stunning double fronted first floor flat
 Two double bedrooms, one with an en-suite, and a separate bathroom
 Fantastic open plan kitchen with vaulted ceilings
 The property offers bright living space throughout
 Professional referencing is required per tenant, at a cost of £90 per person and £100 per person holding deposit
 Stairs to your own low-maintenance garden.
 Part Furnished
 EPC Rating D

Property Description

Castles present this stunning double fronted first floor two double bedroom flat. The property offers bright living space throughout, with a fantastic open plan kitchen with vaulted ceilings. Benefits include: two double bedrooms, one with an en-suite, and a separate bathroom. open plan kitchen and living space, contemporary bathroom. Stairs to your own low-maintenance garden. Part furnished. Professional referencing is required per tenant, at a cost of £90 per person and £100 per person holding deposit. EPC: D


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EPC

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