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image  Praed Street, London, W2


image  ££1,850 pcm

# 29845772

image Recently Updated

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TWO DOUBLE BEDROOM FLAT LOCATED IN PADDINGTON! The flat is located on the second floor and comprises of an open plan kitchen/living room, two double bedrooms and a shower room. The property also benefits from laminate flooring throughout and gas central heating. Available Immediately!

Praed Street is home to various everyday amenities and is just moments from the facilities of Edgware Road and the surrounding area. The apartment offers easy access to superb transport links such as Paddington Train Station (Bakerloo, Hammersmith & City, Circle, District lines and Heathrow) and Edgware Road (Circle, District and Bakerloo lines).


Features

 TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
 BATHROOM WITH SHOWER OVER BATH
 CENTRAL LOCATION
 DOUBLE GLAZING
 GAS CENTRAL HEATING
 OPEN PLAN LOUNGE & KITCHEN

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battersea@fhres.co.uk

+44(0)2070130770

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