This apartment is only for professionals and foreign students.
A 2 bedroom apartment with a dryer in London’s elegant Kensington and Chelsea neighbourhood is available for rent for professionals and foreign students. Situated on Elgin Crescent, this apartment is at the heart of one of London’s most prestigious areas, with Notting Hill just a 5 minute walk away. Although this property is in a central location, tenants can walk for 6 minutes to reach Ladbroke Grove, a metro station that provides access to all areas of the city. The interior of the property is cosy, decorated in a traditional English fashion with large rugs and fireplaces. The flat features a large living area which has 2 sofas and a TV. Tenants can make use of the dining room when hosting guests. The kitchen is fully equipped with modern appliances which include an oven and a dryer. The bedrooms vary in size, the largest features a king sized bed, whereas the smallest has a single trundle bed that can be converted to a double. The apartment has 1 bathroom, which has a large shower, a mirror and a window that lets natural light into the property.
This apartment is located on the 1st floor of a building which is not equipped with an elevator. You can dry your clothes in the dryer that comes with the property. Wi-Fi will be installed in March 2016.
This apartment is situated in the central Kensington and Chelsea neighbourhood. The famous Notting Hill market is within walking distance from the property. The nearest tube station is Ladbroke Grove which is a 6 minute walk from the flat.
The English speaking landlord does not live on the property and requires 1 month rent as a deposit. Smoking is permitted and pets are not allowed. Rent can be paid by bank transaction.
Restrictions: This property is only for Professionals
This apartment is situated in Kensington and Chelsea. Kensington and Chelsea is London’s smallest borough, but as we all know, big things can come in small and exclusive packages. This district holds an impressive number of world-famous sites and events, including the prestigious Harrods store and the popular Notting Hill Carnival. Many universities are housed in this district, including Royal College of Art, Royal College of Music, Imperial College London and The American International University in London. The neighborhood of Chelsea has grown from a fishing village to an exclusive and posh area with prestigious and luxury housing, hosting plenty of celebrity residents through the years, including Oscar Wilde, Freddie Mercury as well as JK Rowling, Sir Elton John, Robbie Williams and many more. This borough is definitely a place to be for celebrity sightings and observing the Londonese version of New York’s Upper East Side. Wish to see what is it like to live in this borough? Catch up with Britain's award winning TV show Made In Chelsea and find out!