Kipling Street, Borough, London, SE1

£300 per week
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Bright second floor studio flat in a superb location close to Borough station and a wealth of local amenities.
Positioned on the second floor, the apartment has a generous studio room with good light and pleasant outlook, separate kitchen and neutral bathroom. The property is offered in good condition internally and is bright and airy throughout.

Sarah Swift House is a well kept development with one owner and enjoys a superb location on Kipling Street moments from the excellent amenities on Bermondsey Street. London Bridge station (Northern line, Jubilee line and National Rail Services) and Bermondsey station (Jubilee line) are both within easy reach.

Council Tax Band: A
Deposit: £1500.00

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