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image  Egret Heights, London, N17

0208 800 1155

image ££1,650 pcm

image 2 BEDROOMS
image To Let


 2 Bedrooms
 2 Bathrooms
 Furnished Property
 Long Term

Property Description

This stunning apartment is located on the 3rd floor of the newly developed Egret Heights, Hale Village N17.

Situated within the sought after Hale Village development at the heart of Tottenham Hale. Egret Heights is conveniently and strategically located to take advantage of newly developed Tottenham Hale retail park. Comprising large modern open plan living area / kitchen with fitted units, stainless steel sink, integrated appliances and access to balcony, two double bedrooms (master with ensuite shower / W.C) and separate luxury bathroom. Further benefits include video entry phone system, fully tilled flooring, lift access and communal gardens.

Transport links include Tottenham Hale station (Victoria Line), BR to Stansted & Liverpool Street in 15 mins. The development has on site shopping, gym facilities (not included) and access to community nature park & River Lea.

Furnished. Available 10th July.

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