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image  Fitzroy Crescent, London, W4


image ££895 per week ()

image 5 BEDROOMS
image 1 RECEPTION
image 3 BATHROOMS
image To Let

Features

 Lovely spacious Townhouse
 Presented over three floors
 Parks and open spaces nearby
 Four bedrooms
 Two bathrooms and shower room
 Unfurnished
 Available Mid February
 Off street parking
 Hounslow Council Tax Band D

Property Description

A very nicely presented four-bedroom family home situated within this very popular residential development in the Heart of Chiswick’s “Grove Park” area with its grounds, Parks and beautiful riverside walks. Accommodation Provides: Large open plan living area, Fully fitted Kitchen, First floor drawing Room with doors leading to terrace with balustrade, Four bedrooms, Two Bathrooms & Further Shower room, Ground floor cloakroom, Private off street parking, Landscaped mainly paved rear garden with southerly aspect. Local transport links include Chiswick mainline station (to Waterloo) numerous local bus routes and convenient vehicular access via A4/M4 Central London, Heathrow & The West. The property is offered unfurnished and is available mid February 2019


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