Vanilla And Sesame Court, Shad Thames, London, SE1

£450 per week
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A bright and spacious one bedroom apartment which benefits from recent redecoration and new flooring throughout. Vanilla and Sesame Court is located in Central Shad Thames, close to the River and local bars and restaurants.
A stunning one bedroom property located in central Shad Thames. This property offers bright and spacious living throughout with a generous reception/dining room with new hard wood flooring, separate kitchen, a spacious double bedroom with built in wardrobes and new carpet and a modern bathroom suite. The property further benefits from new modern furniture and ample storage throughout. Vanilla and Sesame Court is located close to London Bridge Station providing easy access tot he City, West End and Canary Wharf.

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