4 Bed Flat  To Let  St Edmund Terrace  London  Greater London  NW8   - £8,645 pcm

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Parkwood Point is a small, boutique style apartment block, situated just seconds from Regents Park and Primrose Hill. This beautiful block comprises of 19 apartments, 2 penthouses and 2 town houses, with some of the apartments benefitting from balconies and terraces. The rear entrance is securely gated, providing access to an inner courtyard and underground car park, where one car parking space is allocated to each apartment.

This four bedroom apartment is available immediately on the third floor of this beautiful block, benefitting from 1,756 sq ft of space. This property features three bedrooms (2 en-suite) as well as a guest cloakroom, kitchen/ breakfast room, large living/ dining room and also benefits from a large entrance hall. The property is interior designed with a spacious master bedroom, and a fully fitted kitchen with built-in appliances including a washer dryer and a fridge freezer, and fitted wardrobes in the bedrooms. Finally, there is a balcony, secure underground parking and a concierge service.

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