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Greenwich Village

Located just a five minute walk from Greenwich Station, our latest property provides a unique opportunity to live in this up-and-coming borough. Complete with a cinema/games room, large snug and a large kitchen/dining area with terrace.

Former care home in Enfield

A 9 bedroom former care home in excellent condition. All ensuite bathrooms (bath/shower), partly furnished with a large communal area and kitchen. Rooms from £350 pcm with bills and council tax included.

3 studio-esq flats with kitchenette, and ensuite bathrooms (bath/shower) also in excellent condition, including a spacious communal area and kitchen for all studios to use. Studio’s from £500 pcm with bills and council tax included.

Under a 5 minute walk to Southbury station, with a direct link to Seven Sisters (10 mins).



We have acquired several self contained flats a 4 minute walk from Acton Town Station.

Currently there is one generously sized 2 bedroom flat ideal for a couple or two friends to share costing just £400 per room excl. bills.

There are also two spacious three bed flats in the same block. Rooms range from £300 to £425  excl. bills.



Wembley- former office
Wembley Central

Former office in Wembley Central, around the corner from the station.

This property includes private gated parking, 4 bedrooms, a kitchen, a bathroom and a living space.

All utility bills are included, each room is £350.

Credon House
South Bermondsey

Former office building in the trendy heart of South Bermondsey. Less than a 5 minute walk from South Bermondsey station with a direct 7 minute train to London Bridge Station.

Historic Pub

A former pub in the heart of Battersea, the property has been brought back to life and presents a great opportunity to live in a central location.

The building benefits from an iconic communal space on the ground floor, equipped with all the markings of a classic boozer!

Transport links are excellent and Battersea Park is only a short walk away.

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