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image  Porchester Court, London, W2


image  ££2,150 pcm

# 29758068

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Unfurnished Two double bedroom spilt level flat laid out over the ground and lower ground floor of this period building located in Porchester Court. This property is situated moments from the shops and restaurants of Westbourne Grove and Queensway as well as Bayswater and Queensway underground Station and the vast open spaces of Hyde Park.

The property offers a bright space with period features throughout including large windows which fill the rooms with light. The accommodation comprises spacious lounge, kitchen with a range of base and eye level units, ground floor shower room, stairs leading down to master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, further double bedroom, family shower room and gas central heating.

This property is available immediately on an unfurnished basis. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information regarding this property.


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battersea@fhres.co.uk

+44(0)2070130770

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