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Riverlight Quay, London

2 beds | 2 baths | 1 reception | £4,350 pcm The monthly or weekly payment required by the landlord. Read our glossary page

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Stunning ground floor, split level apartment with two bedrooms, one with adjoining office. Reception area includes fully fitted kitchen and breakfast bar, patio doors leading onto a front terrace. 2 bathrooms with separate W.C on the ground floor.

Residents of Riverlight Quay benefit from the residents exclusive clubhouse, a sunlit atrium swimming pool and holistic spa, a gymnasium, residents reception lounge and library, virtual golf, private film screening room, digital games room, and 24 hour concierge service.

Riverlight Quay sits 0.3 miles from Battersea Power Station, allowing easy access to Northern Line underground services. Battersea Power Station has a wealth of riverside bars, restaurants and coffee shops to enjoy, as well as the newly opened shopping centre.

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11/05/2024

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