1 Bed Flat  To Let  Upper Berkeley Street  London  Greater London  W1H   - £7,583 pcm

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This spacious one bedroom one bathroom apartment is based on the first floor, with both a queen size bed and a single bed in the master bedroom, further benefitting from both cupboard and storage space. The bathroom contains a toilet, shower and a hand basin, whilst the lounge benefits from two leather sofas (one sofa bed), wooden flooring, a glass dining table with six chairs as well as a glass coffee table. The fully fitted kitchen contains a; fridge/freezer, brand new washer dryer, dishwasher, kettle, toaster and Nespresso machine.

In terms of entertainment, you will benefit from a brand new PS3 playstation machine, as well as the latest hi-definition television located both in the master bedroom and in the lounge, offering over 100 channels. Further benefits include an iPod docking station for music, as well as full internet access and wifi, and an Apple TV to enable you to download the latest movies.

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