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Rarely available a beautiful three, double bedroom, second floor apartment, set within this landmark modern development. The property is located moments from Isleworth & Syon Lane main line stations and within easy walking distance of Old Isleworth and the River Thames. Additional benefits are a spacious balcony overlooking communal gardens, trees and open space, secure, gated parking for one car and two bathrooms, one is an en-suite to the master bedroom. The property is available unfurnished or furnished by negotiation. To book appointments to view please contact Rolfe East on 020 8579 1111. Fees apply, please refer to website under 'Tenants' or 'Lettings' for full details.
16'1" x 4'10"
Carpeted, radiator to side aspect, video intercom system for entry downstairs
RECEPTION ? 16'1" x 19'4"
Carpeted, radiator to front aspect, double doors to side aspect leading to balcony
KITCHEN ? 13'9" x 8'6"
Tiled flooring and walls, central island, fully fitted cupboards, integrated oven, sink with stainless steel mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, integrated extractor fan, four ring electric hob, integrated fridge/freezer
17'9" x 11'5"
Carpeted, radiator to front aspect, double glazed window to front aspect, en-suite bathroom
6'11" x 5'2"
Tiled flooring and walls, low level wc, sink with stainless steel mixer taps, walk in shower stainless steel taps hot and cold, detachable shower head
12'9" x 7'10"
Radiator to front aspect, double glazed window to front aspect, carpeted
8'6" x 7'10"
Low level wc, sink with stainless steel mixer tap, bath tub with two stainless steel taps and detachable shower head, walk in shower, stainless steel taps hot and cold with detachable shower head, tiled flooring and walls
12'5" x 9'6"
Carpeted, radiator to front aspect, double glazed window to front aspect
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