5 Bed Flat  To Let  Park Road  St Johns Wood  Greater London  NW8   - £6,283 pcm

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Global Realty presents a spacious and bright 5 bedroom 3 bathroom apartment set on the first floor of a ported building opposite Regents Park. The property comprises 5 double bedrooms with three en-suite bathrooms, 2 guest w/cs, a large double reception room with dining room, a separate fitted kitchen with breakfast area. This apartment is ideally suited to a family or young professionals or students due to its proximity to the West End, as well as a number of top colleges and universities such as the London Business School, University of Westminster and the Royal College of Physicians. Strathmore Court is located within a short walk from St John’s Wood underground station (Jubilee Line) and Marylebone underground and overground station (Bakerloo and national railway). Lords Cricket Ground, along with the large variety of cafes, restaurants and boutique shops in St John’s Wood are all easily accessible. For details and a viewing please contact Global Realty 02072862500
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