Exquisite one bedroom Victorian conversion set in the heart of the city.
This former clothing factory has been recently renovated to an extremely high standard throughout and now offers a stunning contemporary finish with ultra-modern fixtures and fittings.
This first floor apartment comprises of one large double bedroom with fitted wardrobes, large living/open plan kitchen with acoustic glass and stainless steel appliances.
The main bathroom has floor to ceiling glass alongside large slate tiles. The apartment also benefits from a private terrace.
Situated opposite Aldgate East underground station, this property couldn't be closer to the city limits whilst still being equally close to the vibrant areas of Whitechapel, Brick Lane, Shoreditch and Liverpool Street.
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Permitted Charges in England in accordance with the Tenant Fee Act 2019 for an Assured Shorthold Tenancy:
Holding Deposit: Max 1 weeks rent First months rent: As applicable in advance Tenancy Deposit: 5 or 6 weeks depending upon the rental amount Early termination when requested by the tenant: A charge not exceeding the financial loss experienced by the landlord Late Rent: Interest of 3% above Bank of England base rate when rent is more than 14 days late Lost key or security device: Equal to cost incurred Changing tenancy documents (after commencement of tenancy): £50 inc VAT
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