Studio in private halls availible iimmediately.
Price: 260/week for 47 weeks starting 16th October 2017
Where: IQ Hoxton
I'm looking for someone to take over my tenancy. Must be a student to live here.
The contract would need to be taken over but I've paid off some of it already so would be a lot cheaper than before
ALL bills included (water, electricity, gas and FREE WIFI). COUPLES ARE WELCOME
This studio is approximately 19sqm and comes with private en-suite shower room. Included features of the flat:
Bedroom, 4ft double bed with storage, Desk & study chair, Noticeboard, Wardrobe & chest of drawers, Mirror, Noticeboard, Internet access point & free wifi, TV point, Coffee table, Comfy chair, Intercom, Shower, WC, Sink, Mirror, Shave point, Towel rail and shelf, Kitchen, Breakfast bar with seating for two, 2 ring hob, Combi microwave oven, Fridge with icebox, Fire extinguisher and blanket, Kettle, Iron, and ironing board.
IQ Hoxton also provides amazing common spaces such as a social hub, cinema room, study hub, rooftop terrace and an on-site free gym! The site also has a secure bike storage and a laundry room opened 24/7.
Also provides services such as an on-site management team, FREE parcel collection, and a 24/7 security.
iQ Hoxton is located in one of the most vibrant and exciting areas of London, with an amazing choice of bars, restaurants, clubs, shops, cafes and a wealth of cultural venues all on your doorstep and ready to be explored! Because of its central location, there are three zone 1 tube stations within walking distance: Hoxton, Old Street and Liverpool Street. There is also a bus stop right outside your front door, which makes travel to and around the rest of London quick and easy.
The room is located on the 2nd floor.
Great Location, very close to Hoxton overground station, 10 minutes walk/5 min direct bus to Old Street Station, and 12-minute direct bus ride to Liverpool Street Station. Plenty of restaurants and bars and a Sainsbury's and Tesco nearby.
The room is specifically for students only.
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