XL Luxury Bedroom in the heart of Vauxhall, available to rent immediately

Location Vauxhall, London (SW8)
Rent £845 per month
Deposit £845
Available From 12th January 2019
Room Size Double
Furnished Yes
Private Bathroom No
Weekdays Only No
Minimum Stay 3 months
EXTRA LARGE luxurious DOUBLE BEDROOM available to rent NOW!
RENT: £595 pcm
BILLS etc: £250 pcm
TOTAL RENT: £845 pcm
(1 month rent of £845 + £845 deposit to be paid at start of tenancy). A 50% holding fee to secure the room is usually agreed prior to the moving in date


SHORT LET: 3 or 6 MONTHS to begin with but ultimately looking for long term contract and so be willing to extend if circumstances allow ie we all get on living with each another

This LARGE 'luxurious' Double Bedroom (which used to be the lounge prior to the loft conversion becoming the living area) is situated on the 2nd floor of this split level maisonette. Located in the centre of much sought after Vauxhall 'gay' Village. Very close to public transport systems (Victoria line underground, British Rail and bus terminal) at the busy Vauxhall Cross allowing easy access to other areas of London and surrounding counties. Oval tube (Northern line) is also located c.5 mins walk away

Bedroom includes: laminate flooring, double bed, large black glass wardrobe with sliding doors, 2 chest of drawers, tall CD holder, work table with desk light, 2 chairs, bedside table & lamp, rug, large beanbag, storage space underneath bed, wash basket, clothes horse, shelving unit, 2 framed pictures on wall, small table (with a modern 'funky' design), wooden blinds, mirrors, large widescreen TV, small TV (doubles up as a monitor), Virgin Media box & Blu-ray player ALL with remote controls

The roof / loft space has been converted into what is now the lounge / living room area. Views of Battersea Power Station and the newly built American Embassy can be seen from looking out of the 2 Velux Windows (both with 'complete blackout' blinds). Two new tube stations are currently under construction: 'Nine Elms' & 'Battersea'

Nine Elms station is only a few minutes walk away from this property situated right next to the newly built Sainsbury's Superstore which recently opened at Nine Elms Point. There are also Tesco Metro, Sainsbury's Local & Waitrose supermarket at Vauxhall bus / tube station. There is a Tesco Superstore c.10 mins walk away on Kennington Lane (near the gay pub 'Eagle London')

The property is located in a quiet residential side street just a couple of minutes walk from the hustle & bustle of Vauxhall Cross. Designer bathroom and well equipped kitchen with new appliances: washing machine / dryer, dishwasher, fridge / freezer & combi microwave

The rent of £845 pcm includes ALL utility bills (gas, electric, water), Council Tax, Broadband, WiFi adapter booster, Virgin TV (Vbox with hundreds of free channels), TV license and repairs / replacements for all appliances, annual servicing of the combi boiler, plumbing & electrical work

(For more info, please email me: gsxrbikerlad32@hotmail.com)

Property Details

Current Tenants

2 gay / lesbian male british atheist tenants aged 21 to 55.

Includes: no smokers

Flatmate Preferences

Gender Male
Orientation Gay / Lesbian
Religion Not Important
Nationality Not Important
Min. age 21
Max. age 55
Couples allowed No
Students accepted No
JSA / DSS accepted No
Smokers accepted No
Pets allowed No


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