A charming 2 bedroom apartment with parking and a balcony is for rent in London's neighbourhood of Greenwich. This flat is located in a secure, residential area next to the River Thames and near several convenience stores that provide all amenities necessary for a comfortable stay. The property boasts a spacious, cosy living area which features comfortable seating which tenants can relax on whilst watching the flat-screen TV. The kitchen is fully equipped with modern appliances and there is 1 shared bathroom and 1 ensuite that is attached to bedroom 2.
This apartment is located on the 1st floor of a building which is not equipped with an elevator. Wi-Fi is installed in the property and it is activated. Tenants can request for the apartment to be cleaned for £60 per session.
The closest train station is Plumstead which is 23 minutes from the property. The apartment comes with parking facilities and there are several bus stops in the surrounding area.
The English speaking landlord does not live on the property and requires a deposit of £700. £500 is for the holding fee, and £200 is a damage fee. Rent can be paid in cash or by bank transaction.
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Families, Students, Erasmus
This property can be found in Greenwich. Based in South East London, Greenwich, formed in 1965, lies along the River Thames. This picturesque area is a home to many Victorian houses as well as apartment complexes with a diverse community. Its main attractions include the large O2 Arena, a host of many concerts and various events. Alongside, Greenwich Park, Britain’s oldest Royal park, can provide you with fantastic views and excellent greenery - a perfect outing on a sunny day and a go to place to enjoy a sunset or a sunrise. This borough, very popular with students, also features the large University of Greenwich which is situated next to the River Thames, providing inspiring sights for its students. Do not forget to take a stroll down the River Thames and stop by The Greenwich Vintage Market, located next to the university. You can reach the city centre using a bus, take a DLR service or North Greenwich service on the Jubilee Line. Fun fact: the world’s first weather forecast was issued from Greenwich Royal Observatory in 1848!