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Double Bedroom (Room D) - Huge 6-bedroom house by Millennium Park in Mile End

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Property Rent: £954.00 pcm


44 Grove Road, Greater London, London

Offer Type
Offered
Property Type
Flat
No of Bedrooms
5+ Bedrooms
Listing Type
Agency
Furnished
Furnished
Garden
No
Patio
No
Broadband
No
Short Term
No
Bills Included
No

If you’re looking for a huge house in which you can live in with other students, this house next to Millennium Park is the perfect choice for yo The house has 6-bedrooms, all but one of which have a double bed and a window view – the other one having twin bed The kitchen comes equipped with utensils and cutlery, microwave, toaster, kettle, washing machine, fridge and freeze The living room has two sofas, and two tables, sitting two and five people respectivel

What we love

- Millennium Park is just outside the front doo

What you should know

- The price for Room B depends on the following conditions: Room for one - £845 per month; Room for two - £932 per mont - The price for Room D depends on the following conditions: Room for one - £910 per month; Room for two - £997 per mont - The price for Room E depends on the following conditions: Room for one - £910 per month; Room for two - £997 per mont - The price for Room F depends on the following conditions: Room for one - £910 per month; Room for two - £1040 per mont - From September 2014 onwards, the minimum contract length is 6 months;
- A contract cannot have a finish date in August, December or January;
- Check-i out is compulsory in order to collec deliver the keys and sign the contract for the propert This should be done at the landlord's offices between 10am to 6pm (Mon to Fri) or 11am to 5pm (Sat);
- Late check-i out (weekdays after 6pm; Saturday after 5:30pm; Sunday all day) is possible for an extra fee of £5

The neighbourhood

Mile End has quite a story to tel Built during the rapid expansion of London during Queen Victoria’s reign, the area was rich in fine Victorian house As the East End of London deteriorated, some of these houses were replaced by industrial warehouses and factories, which were then targeted by heavy bombing over the course of WWI Most of the Victorian houses left standing were then demolished during the 60s to make way for council housing, transforming the East End into one of London’s least attractive areas at the tim The resurrection of the area began with Mile End Park, which was literally formed by the ravaged lands from the WWII bombing The park immediately transformed Mile End into a much prettier and attractive area, and through several projects has become a haven of innovatio This change of scenery really made a difference in the sort of crowds the area attracted, once again making Mile End an exciting place to live i Nowadays, like most of East London, Mile End is known for its cool, stylish character, making it an area more and more affluent with student The neighbourhood is full of gritty pubs and bars, where you’ll find lots of students, as well as some of the Cockney locals, who will always have an interesting story to the

Getting around

Mile End Tube station is just along the road, 1 miles awa From here you can board trains serving the Central, Hammersmith and District lines, travelling through central London as well as above and below i Alternatively, you can catch buses going towards the heart of London from the Tube statio

Bills

- All bills are included (with limits), as well as Council Tax;
- There is no limit on wifi or water;
- A cleaning service of all communal areas every 10 working days is also include - March to October: There is a limit on the use of electricity and gas (£30 per month each) for the whole fla hous - November to February: There is a limit on the use of electricity and gas (£50 per month each) for the whole fla hous If these amounts are exceeded, the surplus value must be divided between all tenant

Minimum stay

The prices shown are for stays of 6 or more month Please read the details in the Payment Terms section for more information on short-term stays (1-6 months


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Advert Ref: #2266445
Posted: 22 Jun '19
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