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A bright 4th floor apartment with far reaching views from Kingston hill, in the age specific development of Fairview Court...

Brief description; 1 double bedroom, bright west facing reception room, kitchen with window, modern bathroom with shower and hallway with airing cupboard. For those concerned about noise, this apartment is ideally positioned on the top floor and is a corner apartment, benefitting from 1 less neighbour and no one above.

The apartments are set in beautiful private gardens, and with the grounds situated back from Galsworthy Road at the front and overlooking tennis courts to the rear, the development offers all the benefits of a peaceful lifestyle without sacrificing any of the convenience. The area is very well served by local stores that are only 0.2 miles away, and with Kingston Town Centre only a few minutes down the road shopping will never be a struggle. The development also benefits from a resident House Manager, Appello 24hr service, laundry room and a residents` lounge. In addition, Kingston Hospital is situated within walking distance on the opposite side of Galsworthy Road.

Kingston is equally well served by public transport links with regular bus services all across South West London and out to Surrey. In addition, Norbiton Station has frequent train links both into London, Richmond and Kingston and is only a few hundred yards away.


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Tenure To Let
Gross floor area 40.88 M²
Asking price £276 Per Week

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