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image  Fraser Street, London, W4


image ££669 per week ()

image 3 BEDROOMS
image 1 RECEPTION
image 2 BATHROOMS
image To Let

Features

 Three double bedrooms
 Family bathroom & Further Shower room
 Extended Kitchen/Living Room
 Utility Room
 Cloakroom
 Private rear garden
 Resident CPZ parking
 Available 28th February
 Unfurnished
 Hounslow Council Tax Band F

Property Description

A nicely presented extended three bedroomed Victorian end of terrace family home situated within Chiswick's very popular "Glebe Estate" area, just a short walk from the array of boutique shops and restaurants to be found along Chiswick's main high road. Accommodation provides: Three double bedrooms, family bathroom & further en-suite shower room, through reception room, extended spacious & bright kitchen/living Room, pleasant rear garden, cloakroom, utility room. Local transport links include Turnham Green Tube station, numerous local bus routes with convenient vehicular access via A4/M4 Central London, Heathrow & The West the property is available 28th February and is offered unfurnished.


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