A fantastic one bedroom flat to rent in Soho is located within a popular private development in Carnaby Village. The property is situated on the corner of Broadwick and Marshall Street, amongst Carnaby Street's boutique and fashion label shops, cafes and bars. Carnaby Street became an internationally recognised destination for youth fashion and culture in the 1960s and still holds its iconic reputation as one of London's major fashion districts.
This spacious south facing flat is situated on the third floor (with passenger lift) and boasts oak wooden flooring throughout. The apartment is ideal for either a couple or single occupant looking to live within the vibrant area of Soho whilst benefiting from a tranquil living environment. The fully fitted kitchen is open plan to the reception room making it ideal for entertaining at home. There is a sizeable double bedroom containing plentiful storage and a white suite bathroom located off the hallway.
Marshall House on Marshall Street is surrounded by many transportation links and is ideally located just a short walk away from either Piccadilly Circus underground station (Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines) and Oxford Circus underground station (Central, Bakerloo and Victoria lines), respectively 550 metres and 435 metres away. There are also numerous bus routes along Regent Street and Oxford Street therefore making it ideal for an occupant who is looking for a quick commute to the City or to other destinations across London.
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