A wonderful opportunity to rent this spacious ground-floor apartment in this highly sought after street of Lord Mayor’s Walk. City Centre location, this characterful property boasts a modern fitted kitchen, one double bedroom, quiet communal courtyard area, with separate living space, bathroom and bedroom. Unfurnished. Sorry, no pets allowed. Available end of December.
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