|Added on Rightmove:||16 October 2017 (276 days ago)|
- One bedroom
- Wood floors
- Modern kitchen and bathroom
- Large terrace
- A most attractive one bedroom apartment within the Golden Lane development in the City of London.
- EPC - exempt
An immaculate one bedroom apartment on the top floor of this architecturally significant (grade II listed), 1950's built Golden Lane development in the City of London. Situated on the 3rd. floor (lift), the flat has a fully updated interior comprising: dual aspect reception room featuring wood flooring and access onto a large west facing terrace which overlooks the communal gardens, separate modern fitted kitchen, double bedroom with extensive fitted storage, modern bathroom. The flat has just been decorated and is presented in excellent condition. Unfurnished.
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