FLAT FIVE MINUTES FROM PARLIAMENT SQUARE
The flat consists of a large bedsit (5m x4m), own bathroom, and own small kitchen/breakfast room on Lord North Street. It is independent space in the basement of a family home; access is shared with the home through its front door and utility area is shared.
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Hello – a great friend of mine called Emily has a last minute availability to rent her house in Zakynthos.
Available from 28 July – 10 August. Sleeps 15. £4,000 a week.
Please let me know if you know anyone interested!
30 second walk to Lower Sydenham station – 15 minutes to London Bridge, 25 minutes to Charing Cross, 30 mins to Canary Wharf.
The room comes furnished with a double bed, large chest of drawers, clothes rail and wall-mounted flat screen TV.
As I have an en-suite in the master bedroom you’ll benefit from essentially exclusive access to the very large main bathroom with both a bath and shower.
The rent includes all bills and superfast 1GBps fibre wi-fi.
For more information follow the link here: https://m.spareroom.co.uk/flatshare/flatshare_detail.pl?flatshare_id=11764378&search_id=843699697&city_id=9&flatshare_type=offered&search_results=%2Fflatshare%2F%3Fsearch_id%3D843699697%26&
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