Quite simply, an awesome three double bedroom split level apartment that has undergone a fabulous transformation into a warehouse style home with an amazing 23’ x 14’ open plan living space.
Arranged over the top two floors of this attractive period building in the Brockley Conservation Area and measures well over 1100 sq ft’.
The living area, along with the large Master bedroom with luxury en suite and family bathroom are found on one level, whilst the top floor features two further large bedrooms.
Exposed brickwork and a glass balustrade are features to note but to truly appreciate this wow factor home a viewing is a must.
The busy commuter will be spoilt for choice with nearby available stations – St. John’s being the closest followed by Brockley with The London Overground and then Lewisham for The DLR and an abundance of independent bars, cafes and bistros can be found nearby.
‘What The Landlord Says’
“I have loved living in this flat and I am going to massively miss it. I used to live in North West London for a number of years but moved here around four years ago, and I absolutely love it! To be honest, I wish I had moved sooner. The area is so peaceful and friendly and all local coffee shops, restaurants and even farmers market every Saturday morning is a joy.
When I first saw the flat I immediately fell in love with it. Its sense of space accompanied by its bright and airy feel won me over instantly. Since I have been here I have renovated the entire place from exposing the brick walls, floorboards and even installing a whole new kitchen, turning it into my cosy home. To be honest, I wouldn’t be leaving if it wasn’t for a job opportunity in New York that is too good to turn down. I am going miss having my Sunday morning coffee with the windows open listening the birds outside.”
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Our landlords require a one-off security deposit which is normally an amount of 5-weeks rent and this gets secured in one of the government recommended schemes for security purposes and upon vacating the property this is refunded, so long as the property is handed back in the condition it is found in (you will be advised on the exact protection scheme when you move in).
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Variation of Contract:
£50 (including VAT) per agreed variation at the tenant’s request to include the cost of the preparation and execution of new documentation.
£50 (including VAT) per agreed variation at the tenant’s request to keep a pet at the property.
Reasonable Charges for Breach of Contract:
Unauthorised late payment of rent after 14 days: 3% above Bank of England base rate.
£50 (including VAT) per agreed replacement tenant at the tenant’s request to include the cos of Right to Rent checks, deposit registration and the preparation and execution of new legal documents.
Reasonable charges for lost keys or security fobs.
Reasonable charges for de-fleaing a property as a result of tenants having pets.
Reasonable charges for gardening or grounds maintenance.
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