DATE AVAILABLE: 7th August 2019
2 Double Bedrooms
Off Street Parking
Kitchen with modern appliances
Large Living Room
Local amenities on your doorstep
Excellent transport links
£345pw / £1,495pcm (no bills included).
Five weeks deposit (£1,725) required and one month’s rent (£1,495) in advance.
References will be taken (employer ref, previous landlord ref, last 3 months bank statements and copy of passports).
Council Tax – this property is a Band D – £1,545 per annum (Barnet Council)
A spacious TWO BED (ground floor) flat situated in a sought-after purpose-built block in the heart of Temple Fortune. Benefits include off-street residents parking, large living room, kitchen with modern appliances & breakfast bar, modern fitted bathroom. Situated moments from the many shops, cafes and restaurants in Temple Fortune, excellent transport links and 0.8 miles away from Golders Green tube station with good access to A406, A1 and M1. Just a 10-15 min walk to Golders Green Tube Station (Northern Line).
Hallway – 3.8 x 2.8:
Grey carpet, cream painted walls, chrome light fitting with 3 spots, smoke alarm, entry phone, radiator, Tel point, power points, wall clock, thermostat, black ashwood 2-door cabinet
Kitchen (overlooking communal garden) – 4.4 x 2.2:
Light wood flooring, cream painted walls, 8 spotlights, smoke alarm, radiator, Indesit washer dryer, fridge freezer, Lamona dishwasher, Panasonic microwave, Lamona 4-burner electric hob & oven, breakfast bar & 2 chairs, chrome extractor hood, wooden counter tops, sink with drainer, Exclusive boiler (inside integrated cupboard), Salus portable heater/water timer, 5 wall units / 4 base units / 3 drawers (all white gloss), door leading to communal garden & parking access
Living Room – 5.6 x 3.7:
Grey carpet, cream painted walls, chrome light fitting with 4 spots, white slatted blinds on pulley, radiator, 3-seater and 2-seater faux brown leather sofas, coffee table, computer desk with 3 drawers, dining table & 5 chairs, wall mirror, TV & Tel points, feature fireplace (non-working), fitted shelving
Bathroom – 3.2 x 1.8:
Beige floor tiles, cream wall tiles, extractor fan, 4 spotlights, chrome radiator, chrome towel rail, chrome toilet roll holder, WC, mirrored vanity cupboard with light, sink with chrome tap & 2-door cupboard underneath, bath with chrome tap, showerhead and glass shower swing door
Bed 1 – 4.6 x 2.5:
Grey carpet, white painted walls, chrome light fitting with 3 spots, radiator, TV point, white blind on pulley, double bed, bedside table with 3 drawers, fitted wardrobes with hanging rails, drawers and shelves
Bed 2 – 4.0 x 2.2:
Grey carpet, cream painted walls, chrome light fitting with 3 spots, radiator, white blind on pulley, double bed, bedside table with 3 drawers, chest of drawers, 2 free standing wardrobes, wall mirror
NO SMOKING / NO PETS / NO DSS
DIMENSIONS: (approx. room sizes in metric)
Hallway: 3.8 x 2.8
Kitchen: 4.4 x 2.2
Living Room: 5.6 x 3.7
Bathroom: 3.2 x 1.8
Bed 1: 4.6 x 2.5
Bed 2: 4.0 x 2.2
Approx Floor Area: 688 sq ft / 63.9 sq. m
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The property is situated in a most convenient location. Local amenities of Temple Fortune on your doorstep with it shops, restaurants and bars. Whilst Brent Cross Shopping Centre is also close by. Its great location is close to an array of excellent transport links. Golders Green and Brent Cross tube & bus stations are within easy reach, as is the A406 providing links into and out of London.
Brent Cross (0.8 miles – Northern Line)
Golders Green (0.8 miles – Northern Line)
Hendon Central (1.2 miles – Northern Line)
Temple Fortune is a residential suburb in the London Borough of Barnet, neighbouring Golders Green, Finchley and Hampstead Garden Suburb.
The heart of Temple Fortune is the section of the Finchley Road between Golders Green and Henly’s Corner, which sits at the point where the Finchley Road crosses the North Circular. It is an affluent neighborhood with shops such as Waitrose and Marks & Spencer. The shopping area also attracts many visitors from the adjoining residential area of Hampstead Garden Suburb.
Golders Green, an exceptionally thriving area of London is situated in the London Borough of Barnet. Up until the 1900’s Golders Green was just a village in the parish of Hendon. The Green was purported to have been developed during the 16th century, and early records indicate that by 1612 the area had become known as Golders Green.
With the arrival of the trams, motorbuses and the new tube station in1907, Golders Green began to develop into a suburbia of street lined semi-detached houses, a process which was to progress into the 1930’s. The population by this time had reached almost 18,000. By the 20th century, with the arrival of its entertainment venues, library and cinemas, Golders Green was developing into an area in its own right.
The Hippodrome Theatre, built by the dynamic architect Bernie Crewe, was opened on Boxing Day 1913. The Grade II listed building, situated next to the Golders Green Tube station, was originally built as a 3,000-seat music hall, however, due to the construction of a full theatre stage, its capacity was reduced by half. Eventually in 1969 the BBC were to take out a long lease on the theatre and transformed it into a radio station and 700 seat concert hall. Sadly, in 2003 the BBC deserted the theatre, and because of its rapid deterioration this once splendid building has now been placed on the English Heritage’s ‘buildings at risk’ register.
Golders Green is renowned for being a cosmopolitan area.
To arrange for a viewing please contact Marc on 07428 762 047
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