**large double room in stunning 2 bed flat**
|Location||Raynes park, London (SW20)|
|Rent||£825 per month|
|Available From||2nd December 2018|
|Minimum Stay||6 months|
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You would be sharing with a lovely couple, professionals, both teachers who are friendly and sociable but like to keep themselves to themselves on occasion, leaving you with a private flat to yourself on regular occasion.
- Modern Bedroom (Newly Built)
- Furnished Room to a high standard (Optional)
- Shared bathroom
- Open plan kitchen/dining/living
- large private patio terrace
- Fibre optic broadband
- all inclusive of bills, no hidden fees (with exception of tv licence)
-biweekly cleaner (included in rent)
- 1 min walk to Raynes Park station
- several local amenities within easy walk including Waitrose, co-op, Sainsbury's, Costa, Starbucks, numerous restaurants and corner shops
-easy commute to Waterloo via 20 minute fast train
There is a one off fee £50 p/p +VAT payable for referencing.
£100 additional fee for a couple
Myself and my partner are reluctantly moving out due to a change in circumstances and moving out of London at the end of this month. We have had a great 18 months here and are looking for a lovely single or couple to enjoy and take over our room in this lovely flat. Please don't hesitate to get in touch with any questions. We can arrange viewings as soon as possible.
|Area||Raynes park, London, Greater London|
|Property Type||Flat / apartment|
|Utilities Included||Electric, Gas, Water, Council Tax, Internet,|
|Additional Utilities Cost||£0.00 per month|
4 straight tenants aged 24 to 28.
Includes: no smokers , couples
|JSA / DSS accepted||Yes|
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