Carrington Court, London N21 | Peter Barry Estate Agent

£1,450 pcm Carrington Court, London N21

Landscaped Communual Garden

Property Summary

Within a 5 minute walk of Grange Park BR station is this 2 double bedroom apartment situated within the popular Carrington Court development. This property is beautifully presented throughout & benefits from attractive communal gardens, 2 bathrooms (one en-suite), large reception room with Juliet balcony and fully integrated kitchen with space for dining. Further benefits include, gated parking & gas central heating, offered unfurnished and available *Tenants fees apply.

* Offered Unfurnished
* Available now
* Council tax band E - Approx- £1736 Per year
* EPC rating C
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