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image  Gillies Court, Winchmore Hill, London, N21

image ££1,450 pcm

# 28838479

image Recently Updated

image 2 bedrooms
image 1 reception
image 2 bathrooms
image To Let


 Two Bedroom House
 Ground Floor
 Furnished or Unfurnished
 Double Glazed Throughout
 Gas Central Heating
 Two Bathrooms
 Off Street Parking
 Close to Amenities
 Close to Grange Park Station
 Must Be Seen

Property Description

Homelink are delighted to offer for rent this spacious two double bedroom ground floor purpose built apartment. The property offers a bright 20ft reception room, a modern fitted kitchen, two generous sized double bedrooms, each with fitted wardrobes and 2 bathrooms including en-suite shower room to master bedroom.

This luxury apartment is set within a private gated development which offers an exclusive feel to the property. There is a very large communal garden which can be accessed directly via the lounge.

The property is set just off Worlds End Lane. Highlands Village is in brilliant proximity for local supermarkets and shops, good transport links into London's financial district. It is located perfectly for Winchmore Hill & Grange Park Mainline Station as well as good road links too.

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