3 bedroom apartment to rent

Highgate West Hill, London, N6 6NP

No Longer Available £1,000 pcm

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  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2

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Summary

Double Room in 3 Bed, Apartment, To Let

Description

Excellent apartment on Highgate Hill.
The apartment is Split over level across 3 floors with views of the London skyline on one side, the heath on the other. There is a balcony overlooking the heath, and use of a large shared garden for sitting out in summer.Your room is a large bright double. (There is use of a spare room in the flat also). The flat has period features and masses of storage space in the form of shelves between one landing , and huge attic space. Separate kitchen, dining area, and lounge so its a nice conversion - not a developers hash job.
Only one other female tenant.
We are looking for £1000 pcm and £1200 Deposit NO Admin FeeThe place has a relaxed atmosphere. Close to shops and cafes and there are good transport links ( buses, kentish town tube, and gospel oak overground). Use of communal garden.
A really great flat for the right person.
If your interested pleas feel free to contact me.
Thanks Amit

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