A beautiful three double bedroom Grade II listed five story townhouse (approx 2,217 sq ft) with a garden and an interesting heritage located on this quiet cobbled street (no cars) just off Wardour Street. The house comprises 3 receptions, 3 double bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and a small but smart patio garden. Set over several floors this house has retained all the original features. It can be have 3 bedrooms with a large dressing room, or 4 bedrooms with 4 bathrooms. Main dining room and family sized kitchen is on the ground floor, with the added benefit of a lovely private terrace.
The lower ground floor has a fully equipped utility room and a second lounge.The floors above all boast generous sized bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms. This incredible house is set within the hub of Soho with shops, bars and restaurants all close by. Available furnished or part furnished.
Within close proximity of several underground stations, Oxford Circus (Central Line), Tottenham Court Road (Northern LIne and Central Line), Piccadilly Circus (Piccadilly Line) and Leicester Square (Northern Line and Piccadily Line). It is also situated close to Covent Garden, considered the fashion, food and cultural destination of London
EPC Rating: E
Please see below a breakdown of our referencing and administration costs inclusive of VAT.
References £60 per person
Guarantor £60 per guarantor
Contribution to Tenancy Agreement £300 per tenancy
Inventory check (paid at end of tenancy) £120 - £180 per tenancy
Extension, renewal, rent review and periodic tenancy documentation £180 per tenancy
Change of Tenant £360 per person
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