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1 Bed Flat  To Let  Central Road  Morden  Surrey  SM4   - £1,000 pcm

To Let
TENURE: NA
Purpose Built Apartment
First Floor
1 Bedroom
Recently Refurbished
Close To Amenities & Transport
Furnished


Located within a short walk to Morden Underground station is this purpose built first floor one bedroom apartment. The property comprises of a great sized modern fitted kitchen with white goods provided, good sized lounge which has two windows that allow natural light to flood the room, a double bedroom with built in wardrobe and a modern three piece bathroom suite with shower over the tub. The property also benefits from wood flooring throughout which makes cleaning a breeze, double glazing, gas central heating, pleanty of storage cupboards, a well maintained communal garden and being a short walk from local shops which is handy when you run out of the necessities.

The property is offered furnished and is available immediately. Viewings Highly Recommended!!

General Information:
Morden is a suburban town in South West London set within the London Borough of Merton.

The town of Morden started to expand once the Northern line underground was extended to Morden in 1926.

The majority of the area was built in the late 1920’s and 1930’s. Builders such as George Blay, Selley, Crouch and Bilham built good quality homes with generous sized gardens and garages taking into account the growing number of people with motor cars. They were a mixture of styles, art deco, mock Tudor and utilitarian all who now have a good following. An example of Blay houses can be found in Cherrywood Lane, Northway, and Cannon Hill Lane. Selley built homes are to be found in the Hillcross area, namely Hillcross Avenue, Shaldon Drive and Templecombe Way Morden. Crouch built Tudor style homes that are found on the Morden Park estate in roads such as Lower Morden Lane, Aragon Rd and Kingsbridge Road. Bilham built properties are found in Chalgrove Avenue, Elsirick Avenue and parts of London Rd Morden.

St Helier Estate was built in 1928 and named after the Baroness St Helier. The roads were alphabetical from Morden Town Centre starting at Abbotsbury and going out to Carshalton with roads such as Woburn.

Some historical buildings still exist such as Morden Hall Park dating back to the 1770’s, the house and extensive grounds are now in the hands of the National Trust.

Morden benefits from many parks and green open spaces, such as Morden Park, Ravensbury Park and Morden Hall Park. The houses have substantially bigger gardens then those built closer to London in the Victorian and Edwardian eras.

Morden Town Centre has major outlets such as Sainsbury’s, Boots, Superdrug, Lidl and Iceland as well as a plethora of restaurants. Merton Council has initiated plans which may transform Morden Town Centre in the years to come which could benefit Morden as the transformation of Wimbledon did in the 1980’s.

Transport:
Transport facilities are excellent with Morden Northern Line Underground Station, Morden South Railway Station, South Merton British Rail Station, St Helier Railway Station, Morden Road Tram Stop and Mitcham Tram Stop. Buses serving Wimbledon, Mitcham, Colliers Wood and Sutton Town Centre can be found at the Merton Bus Terminus.

Schools:
Excellent local schools such as Hillcross Primary School, Merton Park Primary School, John Fisher R.C School, Raynes Park High School, Ricards Lodge High School, Ursuline High School, Wimbledon College, South Thames College and the Harris Academy.

As part of our application process, fees will become due for referencing,
tenancy agreement administration and an inventory check, these will be charged
in addition to the Rent and Deposit that will be payable before the tenancy starts.
Please contact our Branch for full details of the fees payable
before you make any decision about this property or before you decide to view this
property. Our Branch staff can provide you with an explanation of how these fees are
calculated, please note that the referencing fees are charged per individual and
should a Guarantor be required, this would attract additional referencing fees.
These are for general guidance only. You are responsible to confirm accuracy by inspection.