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image  Amber Court, London, N11

0208 800 1155

image ££1,670 pcm

image 2 BEDROOMS
image To Let


 Luxury Fitted Kitchen
 Private Balcony
 Ensuite to Master Bedroom
 Entryphone System

Property Description

A stunning selection of brand new modern two-bedroom apartments, priced from £1,600 per calendar month, offering spacious, well appointed open-plan fully-fitted kitchen and living areas, large family bathroom, sizable bedrooms, ensuite bathroom with master bedroom, private balcony and large roof terrace with views of Broomfield Park. The apartments are offered either furnished/unfurnished and are finished to a high quality standard throughout. Other benefits include video entry phone access, allocated letterbox, lift, and secure bicycle storage. Pets considered. The development is situated close to Arnos Grove tube station (Piccadilly Line), Bounds Green tube station (Piccadilly Line) and New Southgate railway station travelling into Moorgate as well as easy access to local stores, restaurants and large supermarkets. (*Photographs shown are of the show flat). Available now.

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