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This cosy 1-bedroom flat is available for rent in Covent Garden, London. There is a comfortable living room with a sofa, a flat-screen television, and a coffee table. There is also a dining table and chairs by the window, allowing you to watch the world go by while you eat. There is a sleek and fully equipped kitchen, which also has an oven, a washing machine, and a 4-burner stove. The bedroom has a double bed, a standalone wardrobe, and storage space, as well as wooden flooring throughout the whole apartment.
This flat is located right beside the main set of shops in Covent Garden. Here, you're only seconds away from brand-name stores, the Covent Garden Market, and several of the most well known theatres in the country,
Cleaning fee: £100
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Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Students, Erasmus
City of Westminster: If you are looking for a central neighborhood, it does not get any more central than the City of Westminster. Located in the very heart of London, this area features many of the most important landmarks of the city - from the Royal sights of Buckingham Palace, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, London Eye and much more, to shopping areas such as Oxford Street, this exciting neighborhood will always provide something to do, whether you are a local or a tourist. The area, often featured in movies and TV shows, is well connected to the rest of the city, from tube stations and train stations to bus routes with nightbus services - you will always have access to public transportation. It is home to plenty of prestigious housing with a diverse community and most importantly, diverse cuisine - no matter what your style or taste is, we can guarantee you will find it in City of Westminster. On top of that, the city centre is home to plenty of universities including University of Westminster, London Business School, London School of Economics, University of Arts London and many more. Do not forget to stop by Trafalgar Square, catch a famous West End musical, see a concert or just simply relax in Hyde Park, enjoy a random street performance in Covent Garden, check out Asian cuisine in Soho and browse many shops along the way. Surrounded by cafes, restaurants and bars, along with charming and picturesque parks, it will most certainly not let you down.