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Collingbourne Road, Shepherd's Bush W12
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4 beds | 2 baths | 1 reception | £3,100 pcm The monthly or weekly payment required by the landlord. Read our glossary page

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Four double bedroom maisonette benefiting from its own entrance and private roof terrace. The flat comprises of four double bedrooms and two bathrooms on the first floor whilst on the top floor there is a lounge with a modern open plan kitchen with doors onto a decked roof terrace. Available immediately.

Council tax band D.
EPC rating D.
5 week deposit required.
Minimum 12month contract.

Please note the following:
-There is no referencing or contract fees applicable to tenants
-Should you make an offer on a property and it be accepted by the Landlord, you will be asked to pay a holding deposit equivalent to one weeks agreed rent.
-A Security Deposit of Five Weeks Rent and One Month's rent is payable in advance.
-These are library photos within this advert.

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For further tenancy information do visit https://www.kerrandco.com/pages/tenancy-Information

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