Calling tenants - Live in this newly converted, iconic building in the popular, sought after area of Stapleford.
More than just a place to live, Cambridge House is a new development of 42 stunning; high specification; one and two bedroom apartments. All with allocated parking space; and plenty of visitor parking. Apartments over four floor with a stunning lobby area, lifts and grand central staircase.
Stapleford is becoming a destination; a vibrant location with amazing commuter links between the cities of Nottingham and Derby.
The not so distant future promises the HS2 Hub; already bringing jobs and investment into Stapleford. With its local tram line taking you directly into Nottingham City centre; and junction 25 of the M1 on the doorstep; Stapleford is becoming one of the most connected areas in the Midlands.
Cambridge House a local landmark stands tall and impressive. With its splendid lobby; plenty of allocated parking and todays preferred open plan living; these apartments will be a desirable accommodation choice for tenants to live, work and socialise.
Stapleford is a vibrant, sustainable, walkable neighbourhood with an exciting future.
Rent a two bedroom apartment, size approx. 46m2 or approx 60m2
Off plan discount for investors, please talk to us.
£150 referencing fee per tenant Security deposit equivalent to 5 Weeks rental Check in and photographic invnetory fee £60.00
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