3 Bed Flat  To Let  Fitzjohn's Avenue  London  Greater London  NW3   - £4,983 pcm

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Hampstead Heights comprises a substantial detached mansion block, with red brick fa�ade, window and aperture detailing and double glazed fenestration set beneath a part pitched slate / part flat roof. The property consists of 13 self contained apartments with a lift, off street parking and a large communal garden to the rear, with mature shrubs and trees. Almost all of the flats benefit from private outside space, with four flats having large private roof terraces, and three with direct access to the garden.

This stunning two bedroom property, spread over the ground floor and the first floor is available on a fully furnished basis. Featuring a garden terrace and access to the well tended communal gardens, as well as a reception area, two bathrooms and a guest WC, this property is available in March. Available on a furnished basis, over 1,194 sq ft, this two bedroom apartment is a must see, especially in this excellent location, as Fitzjohns Avenue is a seven minute walk to Hampstead High Street with its lovely shops, restaurants bars and caf�s.

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