8-10mins walk to mainline Queenstown Rd and Battersea Park train stations.
10-15mins bus commute to Clapham Common, Sloane Square & Vauxhall.
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This is a very nice and very spacious two-bedroom ground floor garden flat within a Period purpose-built maisonette.
This property benefits from a large kitchen/dining room, plus a separate lounge, two bedrooms, a fully fitted bathroom, your own private South West facing rear garden, (with a shed which has an electrical connection for tumble dryer - tumble dryer not supplied) plus your own front door. (No communal hallway)
Emu Road is a lovely little residential location just off Queenstown Road, which is known as “Battersea Diamond Conservation area.” It is a great central location, just an 8-10 minute walk to mainline Queenstown Rd and Battersea Park train stations or a 10-15 minute bus commute to Clapham Common, Sloane Square & Vauxhall.
This property will be available from 21st February 2020.
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