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image  Falcon Wharf, London, SW11

image ££2,000 pcm

# 29243110

image 1 bedroom
image 1 reception
image 1 bathroom
image To Let


 Luxury Apartment
 Available Now
 One Bedroom
 24 Hours Concierge
 Large Open Plan Kitchen/Lounge
 En-suite Shower
 Fantastic views
 Close to Clapham Station

Property Description

Homelink are excited to offer for rent a superb one-bedroom luxury apartment on the ninth floor offering fantastic views, overlooking London’s city centre & River Thames.

The property boasts one large bedroom, en-suite, an extensive open plan kitchen / lounge area, fully fitted & tiled family bathroom, climate control and a 24-hour concierge. Downstairs is the luxury Hotel Rafayal with bar, restaurant and gym which offers a resident’s discount for membership.

For the convenience of its residents this apartment has access to a lift, residents discounted Gym Membership. The property is ideally located within a short walk to Clapham Junction station and all other local amenities.

Please call Homelink Lettings & Estates on 0208 882 2112 today to arrange a viewing. Early viewings are highly recommended.

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