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Albert Bridge Road, London

2 beds | 1 bath | 1 reception | £2,500 pcm The monthly or weekly payment required by the landlord. Read our glossary page

Tenant Info*

  • Fantastic Split Level Conversion Flat
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Large Private Roof Terrace
  • Open Plan Reception Room and Kitchen
  • Masses of Natural Light
  • Good Residential Road
  • 2 Minutes Walk to Battersea Park
  • Wandsworth Council Tax Band E
  • Walking Distance to Excellent Transport Links
  • Available 4th July, Unfurnished

Unique apartment with a beautiful roof terrace on the top floors of a Victorian conversion, located just a short walk from Battersea Park and Albert Bridge, ideally located for transport links.

Split over two floors the accommodation comprises large open plan reception room with fitted kitchen on the top floor, bathroom with over bath shower, large master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and smaller double bedroom.

The property benefits from a host of Transport links including Battersea Park and Queenstown Road Stations (5 minutes to Victoria and 11 minutes to Waterloo), as well the new Northern Line Tube extension at Battersea Power Station all being within walking distance.

Also good Bus routes into the City and West End. Available 4th July unfurnished.

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Furnishing Status The furnishing status refers to whether a property is rented out fully furnished, partially furnished, or unfurnished. Read our glossary page


Deposit A landlord can obtain protection against tenant-caused damage or unpaid rent through the provision of a deposit. Read our glossary page


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