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image  Merlin Heights, Waterside Way, Hale Village, London, N17

0208 800 1155

image ££1,400 pcm

image 1 BEDROOM
image 1 BATHROOM
image To Let


 Available from 19th Jul 2022
 1 Bedroom

Property Description

*Please note photos taken before current tenancy*

Merlin Heights, Hale Village N17 - Immaculate one-bedroom ground floor flat with private patio. A rare chance to rent this modern, well connected, and private development. Comprising modern open plan living / kitchen area with fitted units plus access to outside patio area, double bedroom with flitted wardrobe, floor to ceiling windows and luxury bathroom with three-piece suite. Further benefits include utility cupboard in main hallway with washing machine, hard wood flooring and charming communal gardens.

Hale Village development at the heart of Tottenham Hale. Egret Heights is conveniently and strategically located to take advantage of Tottenham Hale retail park. 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.

Council Tax band B

Unfurnished. Available 19th July 2022.

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