Hamways are delighted to offer this newly fully refurbished ground floor three bedroom apartment situated in this attractive period mansion block. The flat has a light and spacious feel and has direct access out to the rear enclosed communal patio area. Other main benefits include a new kitchen with built in appliances, new bathroom, new carpets, fitted blinds and lampshades and a bike store.
The government website shows this property falls under Council Tax Band E, please note this may not always be accurate and recommend you speak with the local authority for confirmation.
For transport links the property is approx. 0.8 of a mile from Barons Court tube station for the District and Piccadilly lines or Hammersmith tube station for the Hammersmith and City Line.
Local bus services include the 74, which runs from Putney Bridge towards Baker Street. The 190 which runs from Richmond Bus Station towards West Brompton. The 211 which runs from Hammersmith Bus station which Waterloo Station and the 295 runs from Ladbroke Grove towards Clapham Junction. ( all routes subject to change ).
It is just a short walk to local shops on Fulham palace road, Lillie Road Recreational Ground and Lillie road fitness centre and the Thames Path.
The property is ready for occupation now and viewings are being arranged. Please quote property code LC345.
(Date available subject to change)
This property is available with a Deposit-Free option which means that instead of paying a traditional security deposit of up to 5 weeks, you pay a fee of one weeks rent to become a member of flatfair (a deposit-free renting scheme) which significantly reduces the upfront costs. This fee is non-refundable and is not a deposit so cannot be used towards covering the cost of any future damage. More details available at flatfair.co.uk
**Minimum Term 12 months. This will continue a month-by-month basis thereafter. If you decide to stay on the rent will be fixed for 2 years**
These particulars are believed to be correct, but their accuracy is not guaranteed, nor do they form part of any contract