Roof Terrace With Spectacular Views Across The City
Two Generously Proportioned Bedrooms
Two Luxury Bathrooms
Available Middle of March
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A beautifully presented two bedroom split level apartment over the top two floors of this period property on England's Lane with south facing roof terrace offering spectacular views over the City. The apartment provides 1161 sq ft comprising of a generously proportioned reception room with contemporary open plan kitchen which both occupy the entire top floor of this impressive property, large master bedroom with luxury en suite bathroom, further double bedroom which has use of an additional family bathroom and study area. The apartment has wooden floors and stylish interiors throughout and is available from the middle of March. Unfurnished.
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Overdue rental payments will be subject to interest at 3% above Bank of England base rate. This will be calculated from the date the payment was due until the date the payment is received.
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Total annual consumption (in cubic meters) is then averaged into a monthly cost.
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