4 Bed Terraced House  To Let  Maida Avenue  London  Greater London  W2   - £15,166 pcm

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This completely modernised four bedroom two bathroom accommodation features free parking and unlimited wifi. The master bedroom and large en-suite bathroom is located on the ground floor, whilst the lounge and separate kitchen and a further bedroom are located on the first floor. In addition two other bedrooms and a bathroom are located on the second floor of this beautiful property. A weekly clean is offered as part of our service but this can be as regular as you like even daily for an additional fee.

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.

Additional administration and inventory fees may apply, please check with the branch for further information.

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