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Hybrid Resi - New Malden, London


Dukes Avenue, London, England KT3 4HN

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Property ID: S01576166
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Furnished Short lease

These contemporary apartments in New Malden, Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, provides every guest with their perfect home within Greater London with 30 minutes direct train to London Waterloo. Apartments are located next to the New Malden train station.

These Apartments are in a pleasant suburb of southwest London, New Malden is just under 10 miles from Charing Cross. Richmond Park with its herd of deer is 15 minutes away by car, just off the A3 - giving a real country feel to the area. Neighbouring localities include Kingston, Norbiton, Raynes Park, Surbiton, Tolworth, and Worcester Park and only a 10 -15-minute drive to Wimbledon.

On-site FREE car parking at the property 'subject to availability'.

As an Extended serviced apartment, you'll find everything you need for a B'leisure stay.

*The Images, 3D tour, and floor plans are for Marketing purposes only.



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