British Property Award Winner 2017
Forming part of this newly constructed community, is this well located one bedroom, one bathroom apartment with its own private balcony.
Internally comprising a large spacious lounge with open-plan kitchen, which is fully equipped with integrated appliances, double bedroom with fitted wardrobes, fully tiled chic bathroom with stone flooring & private balcony. This development also boasts a concierge & communal gardens.
Rathbone East is not your typical development; the scheme is owned by a landlord that has a proven reputation for offering quality apartments. A charter has been established to ensure the needs of the residents are paramount and each and every stage of development has been given careful consideration, to ensure the resident's needs are at the heart of every decision.
Located close to Canning Town station, which also houses a bus station, connecting through East London.
Some additional development features:
" Laundry republic have installed lockers on the ground floor. This is a dry cleaning service on the door step at very competitive prices.
" Free Bike storage to all tenants. This is exclusively reserved for tenants.
" Property manager based onsite to deal with issues when they happen.
" Property Manager will be able to sign for packages when they are delivered and give access for any repair so they don't have to take time off work.
" Gymnasium - 1 minute away at £18 per month, no contract - and all our tenants get exclusive offers of £10 joining fee.
" All flats come with their own BT Hub, they can apply for BT internet or alternatively have Virgin, Sky or other providers.
" All white goods are supplied. They are state of the art Bosch appliances all extremely energy efficient carrying an A+ grade.
" Flats are all double glazed so bills are generally lower and flats are cheaper to run
" Flats are dressed with either blinds and or curtains.
Visit http://www.rathboneeast.com/ for more details.
Unit B, 20,
London, E16 1BS
+44 (0)20 3946 6000
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