A newly built three bedroom two bathroom (one en-suite) purpose built luxury development with gated allocated parking situated in this fantastic residential location, within easy access of golders green Tube Station (Northern Line) and local amenities. The property is in great condition and benefits from approximately 34ft. Lounge with a modern open plan kitchen, laminated wooden flooring, high ceilings, video entry phone system and ample storage. Offered furnished. Early viewings highly recommend via the landlords main agents Adam Hayes on .
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