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image  Kenton Court, Kensington High Street, London, W14


image ££530 per week

image 1 BEDROOM
image 1 RECEPTION
image 1 BATHROOM
image Let Agreed

Features

 One bedroom apartment
 Furnished
 Available now
 High Street Kensington location
 Portered block
 Tonnes of local amenities

Property Description

Contemporary one bedroom apartment in an attractive art deco block in the heart of High Street Kensington, a short walk from the delights of Kensington & Holland Park.
 
Upon entering the property you are presented with a bright reception room with great ceiling height. Wooden floors and original windows create a welcoming space to relax and dine in.
 
Adjacent to the reception, a kitchen comprises electric hob, fan oven, overhead extractor, fridge / freezer, sink and plenty of storage.
 
The bathroom is fully tiled and includes a walk-in rain shower, separate W/C and wash basin.
 
Lastly, a great sized double bedroom is finished in neutral tones and complete with a large built-in wardrobe.
 
Kenton Court is a portered block in the hub of the thriving traditional West End. Secure fob entry and a day-time porter ensure the entrance is fully secure.
 
Location wise you in the thick of original West London, with High Street Kensington on your doorstep offering an array of boutique shopping, cafes, bars and restaurants. Westfield Shepherd's Bush is a short bus ride away, one of the biggest shopping malls in London. Hyde Park and City of London are a mere tube ride away.
 
Transport links are at a premium, Kensington Olympia station is both on the Overground and District Line, connecting directly into London Victoria. High Street Kensington underground is also a 15 minute walk linking with the Circle line. Multiple bus routes are also right outside your front door.


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